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Scolopostethus thomsoni - male

Scolopostethus thomsoni - Male
Deane, Letcher County, Kentucky, USA
Size: 3.1 mm
Specimen collected by Lisa B. but not photographed. No date with specimen.

As far as I can tell this is Scolopostethus thomsoni Reuter, which makes this the most southern record of the species in eastern North America (of which I am aware).

Thanks
Brad!

Sorry about the data. :(
But I will definitely keep my eyes open.
Your bug your credits! As I said before my mistakes belong to you. :)

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