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Uncertain... - Mycterus concolor

Uncertain... - Mycterus concolor
Colockum Creek, Chelan County, Washington, USA
May 15, 1999
Size: ~ 7 mm
Collected by D.Knutson. Specimen held at WWUC. Thinking Artematopodid but having second thoughts. Help with I.D. and further placement would be appreciated.

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County misspelled
Hi Gary. When you get a chance, could you fix the spelling of Chelan County so that your post shows up in location searches. Thanks!

Thank you
Good catch.

Moved from Mycterus.

Moved from Beetles.

how about Mycterus?

Mycterus concolor..
I do believe and provided description from Hatch. Hatch has this species the only Mycterus in Washington, will move tentatively any objections please let me know.

Mycterus concolor: M.M. Hatch "Beetles of the Pacific Northwest"

Vestiture inconspicuous; color piceous black, the elytra scarcely paler or sometimes (typical form), usually in the females, with the elytra testaceous,the legs piceous black with the tibiae mewhat paler; head with rostrum feebly shallowly concave; pronotum with sides arcuate in front, oblique to evidently sinuate behind; male with tumidity of first sternite larger, the last sternite in the female unmodified; 3. 5-7. 6 mm.; se B. C., e Wn., Id., e and sw Or.

Looks good to me.
Thanks Blaine, I'll move them over tentatively.

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