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Photo#155894
Hydroscapha redfordi

Hydroscapha redfordi
Idaho County, Idaho, USA
October 27, 2007
Size: 1mm
Adults and larvae on typical algae bed.

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So is this pro-Redford or anti-Redford?
I remember the newly named slime mold beetles bushi, chenyi, and rumsfordi and now we have an algae slime beetle...

Moved
Moved from Hydroscapha natans.

Not only new family for bugguide,
but this is a new suborder for us!!

 
Help!
How do I make a new species page? These are Hydroscapha redfordi Maier et al. 2010

See here -- http://www.bioone.org/doi/abs/10.1649/0010-065X-64.4.289

Great find!
Great find Crystal. And great that you extended the range of the family. And great that you posted images here.

I was hoping to run into some of these while I was down in AZ this last August. No luck though.

Thanks for sharing them.

Images moved
to new species page. Single species in U.S., according to different sources.

 
Thanks so much for moving the
Thanks so much for moving them. However, I wouldn't put a species name on them just yet, as we will not know what species they are until we get the genetic results back.

 
yeah
especially noting the great disjunction between where they are common (down here in AZ) and where you guys found them.

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