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Cerylonidae Philothermus sp. ? - Philothermus glabriculus

Cerylonidae Philothermus sp. ? - Philothermus glabriculus
North of Empire City on 110th Street, Cherokee County, Kansas, USA
May 17, 2018
Size: 2.1mm
On fallen log near Spring River

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Cerylonidae Philothermus sp. ? - Philothermus glabriculus Cerylonidae Philothermus sp. ? - Philothermus glabriculus

Moved
Moved from Philothermus.

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

genus Philothermus looks good

 
Question
Is it OK to go ahead and move these to Philothermus now or should I wait for others to look at it? If I move it will it get "lost"?

 
You can move them. If there's
You can move them. If there's an expert on the family, they'll be lurking at the family page, not ID Request.

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