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Any ideas? - Zeridoneus knulli

Any ideas? - Zeridoneus knulli
Erath County, Texas, USA
October 1, 2016
Size: about 4-5 mm
Caught sweepnetting in an oldfield. Thought it was Cnemodus mavortius at first but the pronotum is too short. My next guess was Perigenes similis but the body shape and coloration are off.

https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/4248890

Moved tentatively
Moved from ID Request.

 
Thanks...
...for the quick response. Certainly looks like it to me!

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