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Cantharid of sorts?

Cantharid of sorts?
Enumclaw, King County, Washington, USA
June 7, 2016
Size: ~ 6.2 mm
Came to U/V light at night. Believe it's a Cantharid of sorts? Confirmation/correction, and further placement would be appreciated.

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Cantharid of sorts? Cantharid of sorts? Cantharid of sorts?

Moved
Moved from Soldier Beetles.

Looks like a Podabrus

but it is a challenging genus!

 
Boy that looks right on...
I see the example you used was from the 2009 Pack Forest meet. Also noted that both of you all and me were at the same gathering. Thank so much for the input.
Gary

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