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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
That's a springtail sticking out from underneath the larva. All the water droplets are the result of my spraying a fine mist above the light arena that settled into the deli container. I do that periodically when working with subjects that I think need a high humidity.

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