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Rove Beetle - Thinocharis

Rove Beetle - Thinocharis
Mobile (Dog River), Mobile County, Alabama, USA
June 4, 2015
Size: ~3mm
I have photographed so many rove beetles, they're starting to look alike. Thanks

Moved
Moved from Paederini.

antennae look funny, must be something nice
Moved from Rove Beetles.

 
Yes, a new genus for BugGuide!
The antennae are the tip-off here - "verticillate" as in the sort of tachyporine-like Habrocerus (Habrocerinae) and Trichophya (Trichophyinae), as well as Ptiliidae. I don't think there are any other paederine genera that have this.

 
marvelous!
thanks for the addition, colleagues

 
funny angle?
maybe just Achenomorphus corticinus?

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