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Lyctinae - Powder-post Beetle - Trogoxylon

Lyctinae - Powder-post Beetle - Trogoxylon
Medford, (~15 miles east of Philadelphia, PA) Burlington County, New Jersey, USA
June 2, 2007
Size: ~3.5mm
This one struck me as a little odd when I found it and I didn't recognize the family. After looking through BugGuide, it appears to be Lyctinae - Powder-post Beetles of some kind - a new subfamily for me. Corrections welcome :)

came to UV light

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Moved
Moved from Powder-post Beetles.

Thanks Boris,
Tim

my guess:
genus Trogoxylon, because elytra are not striate and pubescence simply adpressed.

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