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Leiodidae? - Catops

Leiodidae? - Catops
Bellingham, Whatcom County, Washington, USA
April 1, 1963
Size: ~ 4 mm
Collected by C.M. MacGowan. Specimen held at WWUC. Believe this possibly is a Scraptiid? Confirmation/correction, and further placement would be appreciated.

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Leiodidae? - Catops Scraptiid? - Catops Scraptiid? - Catops


Moved from Beetles.

thinking Leiodidae rather
can't see antennae well, though

I knew I'd seen
that beetle before. I'll move them to Leiodidae, and I believe it's in the genus of Catops.

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