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Possible Erotylid?  - Macrohydnobius

Possible Erotylid? - Macrohydnobius
Enumclaw, King County, Washington, USA
March 21, 2001
Size: ~ 5 mm
Believe it could be a Erotylidae? Confirmation/correction, further placement would be appreciated.

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Possible Erotylid?  - Macrohydnobius Possible Erotylid?  - Macrohydnobius Possible Erotylid?  - Macrohydnobius

Moved tentatively
use the recent revision(1) to key it out

Moved from Round Fungus Beetles.

Moved
Moved from Beetles.

Leiodidae more likely...
check out that little antennomere VIII

 
Yes..
I missed the small antennomere segment, big for Leiodid but I'm sure you are right after view other Leiodids. Thanks Blaine, I'll move this over the Leiodidae.

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