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Photo#118270
some kind of fungus beetle? - Alphitophagus bifasciatus

some kind of fungus beetle? - Alphitophagus bifasciatus
Medford, (~15 miles east of Philadelphia, PA) Burlington County, New Jersey, USA
June 2, 2007
Size: ~2.5mm
some kind of fungus (or lizard) beetle?

came to UV light

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some kind of fungus beetle? - Alphitophagus bifasciatus some kind of fungus beetle? - Alphitophagus bifasciatus

Moved
Moved from Tenebrioninae.

Moved
Moved from Beetles.

Bingo! Thanks Jeff

Teneb
Chances are... The beetle is Alphitophagus bifasciatus. I would actually be willing to put money down on it. See:

http://www.nfri.affrc.go.jp/yakudachi/gaichu/zukan/3.html
or
http://plantpath.wisc.edu/~young/tenebrio/images/pictures/Abifasciatus.jpg

check tarsal formula
can´t see it here: if 5-5-4, probably a Tenebrionid. If different, may be something close to your guess.

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