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Photo#109578
Colidii*dae? - Rhizophagus remotus

Colidii*dae? - Rhizophagus remotus
Jefferson Notch area, Coos County, New Hampshire, USA
May 12, 2007
Size: about 2.5 mm
I found a pair each of two species of slender little underbark beetles with very compact antennal clubs. This is the smaller and less elongate of the two. They were right in there with the sa*p beetles on a couple of still-weeping stumps, one coniferous and one deciduous.

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Moved
Moved from Rhizophagus.

Moved

Moved
Moved from Beetles.

Bothrideridae?
Bothrideridae?

 
I think I'll send this one to Monotomidae too.
It's a bit sawed-off for the group but the antennal clubs are a match.

 
Rhizophagus sp.
If you still have them, save them for me please. I can usually put a name on them via comparison of the few species that occur in NH. From color and size looks like a reasonably common one (say. R. brun*neus).

 
You may have them :-)
Thanks for the genus, Don.

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