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ink dot small carabid - Pericompsus ephippiatus

ink dot small carabid - Pericompsus ephippiatus
Medford, (~25 miles east of Philadelphia, PA) Burlington County, New Jersey, USA
May 11, 2007
Size: ~2.8mm
I thought I remembered Jim posting one of these previously, but I can't seem to find it.

came to UV light

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ink dot small carabid - Pericompsus ephippiatus ink dot small carabid - Pericompsus ephippiatus

Moved
Moved from Bembidiini.

Pericompsus cf. ephippiatus
*

Moved
I think its fairly safe to move to tribe level.

Bembid*ion?
I can´t see key characters, but habitus fits within this large and diverse genus.

 
listing key characters
Thanks Boris. This "problem" of being able to see key characters seems to occur so often, I thought I'd float an idea in the Forums for having pre-made lists of them available on BugGuide info pages. Comment if you like here .

Nope,
not this one. It's brand-new to me.

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