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Photo#106598
Lined Flat Bark Beetle - Charaphloeus convexulus - female

Lined Flat Bark Beetle - Charaphloeus convexulus - Female
Ashburnham, Worcester County, Massachusetts, USA
April 30, 2007
Size: 2.5mm

Thanks Mike!
Moved from Charaphloeus.

Charaphloeus
A female Charaphloeus convexulus (LeConte)

Moved
Don, if you want to work more with these beetles, I can save the ones I photographed lately for you:-)

 
If you
have these, I'll take them. For some reason we don't have many Charaphloeus, but tons of Laemophloeus - and they are pretty much in the same general habitat. Just looking at one of Jim's placed in this genus - looks suspiciously close.

 
Still got em
I haven't sorted through the containers for about a week. The fridge is getting to have lots of vials in it.

Charaphloeus sp.
I think. Don't want to be thought of as someone who really knows very much about these.

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