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Pyrochroid of sorts? - Dendroides picipes - female

Pyrochroid of sorts? - Dendroides picipes - Female
3 miles SSE Enumclaw, King County, Washington, USA
June 27, 2018
Size: ~ 16 mm
Found in a bucket of water outside. Pyrochroid of sorts, different than most Pyrochroids I've seen around here? Confirmation, correction, and further placement would be appreciated.

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Pyrochroid of sorts? - Dendroides picipes - female Pyrochroid of sorts? - Dendroides picipes - female Pyrochroid of sorts? - Dendroides picipes - female

Dendroides picipes Horn
Yes, definitely D. picipes Horn. I have seen this species from Victoria, BC as well as several Oregon and California counties. I also have an adult female specimen in my collection form Pierce Co.,Washington. Nice find!

 
great -- thanks, Dan

great -- thanks for the addition

must be a Dendroides
and appears it might be new to the Guide?!?

 
Dendroides picipes....
Keyed out with Beetles of the Pacific Northwest Part IV, page 118.
D.picipes (Horn) male images at MCZ Insect Type Databasee: (http://140.247.96.247/mcz/Species_record.php?id=27304).
Will need a new guide page to move.
Thanks so much Blaine...

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