East Turkey Creek, Chiricahuas, Cochise County, Arizona, USA August 21, 2017
Found by Katja Schulz on the underside of a log mostly submerged in water(!). Sadly I wasn't close enough to see it.
Keys to subfamily Scymninae, but not having the specimen makes it hard to progress. The differing hair layers on the main body of the elytra forming an apparent "band" marking is a trait of interest that occurs in Cryptolaemus and Rhyzobius (Coccidulinae). The projecting hairs around the elytral margin are also intriguing.
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