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Isomira?

Isomira?
Hereford, Cochise County, Arizona, USA
June 27, 2016
Caught using a sweep net on dry grass.
Coordinates: 31°24'17.25"N 110°13'48.94"W Elevation 4,916 ft.
Cochise Co., Hereford, Bryerly Ct.

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Isomira? Isomira? Isomira?

Hi! These look like a comb-cl
Hi! Beautiful photos. These look like a comb-clawed beetle we have here in Arizona north of you. They too, have the light colored legs, reddish hues that others don't have. This site deleted my request (I guess bad photos) and am still trying to figure out what mine are. How small was this?

 
Hi Deserttrip
Thank you for your kind compliments about my photos. I just measured this beetle. In my mind's eye somehow I remembered it much bigger, but it was only 5.5 mm.

 
I measured ours at 5mm so I a
I measured ours at 5mm so I am going to say close enough and assume mine was either the same or close kin. THANK YOU!

Moved
Moved from Darkling Beetles.

Alleculinae for sure but doesnt strike me for Isomira
how about Lobopoda? You're in that area between the eastern and southwestern faunas...

 
Thank you Blaine!
This is my first time looking for bugs in Arizona and I am not familiar with the insect fauna in this area.

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