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Photo#1314523
unknown beetle - Ptinus raptor

unknown beetle - Ptinus raptor
Cormierville (Cocagne) 46.389259, -64.618636, Kent County, New Brunswick, Canada
November 14, 2016
Size: est. 4mm
At least three of these tiny beetles appeared at our front door light last evening after an unusually warm mid-November day (+14C) in s.e. New Brunswick. The two large yellow dots on the pronotum seem distinctive enough but this pattern is unfamiliar to me.

Moved
Moved from Beetles.

Ptinus sp.
This one or something similar?

 
Brilliant!
Looks spot-on, Brady! Thanks so much.

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