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Heteroceridae ? - Tropicus pusillus

Heteroceridae ? - Tropicus pusillus
Lake Gaston, Warren County, North Carolina, USA
July 7, 2014
Tropicus pusillus ? I don't see a photo for NC. Thanks. Paul

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Heteroceridae ? - Tropicus pusillus Heteroceridae ? - Tropicus pusillus

Moved, T. pusillus it is
Moved from Tropicus.

Moved, there appears to be two Tropicus spp. in NC
Moved from Beetles.

 
NC
According to Evans, T. nigrellus, which I'm assuming is the other NC speices, is in the coastal plain and is entirely black. The above species is from the Piedmont. Is there still another species in NC? Thanks, Paul

 
This is T. pusillus
T. nigrellus is entirely dark and apparently uncommon to rare.

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