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Guess which beetle family - Nycteus testaceus

Guess which beetle family - Nycteus testaceus
Amherst, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, USA
October 13, 2007
Size: about 4.5 mm

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Moved

Moved
Moved from Beetles.

Eucineti*dae or Derod*ontidae
but most likely the former is the guess of Ueno Teruhisa of Japan.

Actually
reminds me of Corylophi*dae - but no guarantee.

 
Good thing
we're not betting real money on the outcome then :-)

 
If it
is 4.5 mm, then it isn't a Corylo*phid. It is a cucujoid of some sort.