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Photo#137595
Melan*dryid? No, - Hymenorus

Melan*dryid? No, - Hymenorus
Nashua, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, USA
August 3, 2007
Size: about 5 mm
Came to MV lights on warm, humid night. For belonging to the vexingly difficult group of "little brown beetles," this one shows promise in having a nice coat of semi-decumbent setae top and bottom.

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Melan*dryid? No, - Hymenorus Melan*dryid?  No, - Hymenorus

Moved

Hymenorus
This is a Hymenorus. You can make out the tarsal lobes.

 
Thank you, Kojun.
I'll move it to genus.

Moved

Tenebrionidae: Alleculinae
An alleculine.

 
Ooops! :-)
Thanks for the correction, Don. I'm saving this family for Kojun Kanda, unless you request some of course. I don't think you're all that interested in Alleculines though, am I right?

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