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Sphaeridiinae? - Phalacrus

Sphaeridiinae? - Phalacrus
Middle Spring, Cimmaron National Grassland, Morton County, Kansas, USA
October 15, 2015
Size: 2.5mm
I think this is a Hydrophilid in the subfamily Sphaeridiinae. I can't get it further than that, and I'm not sure if that is even correct. Came to a UV light where a spring usually is.

Moved

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Phalacridae
The antennae did not fit a Hydrophilidae (too much space between club segments). It is must likely a Phalacridae of the genus Phalacrus (or something near):

 
Phalacrus
Agreed, Phalacrus sp.

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