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Photo#16435
Tenomerga concolor - Tenomerga cinerea

Tenomerga concolor - Tenomerga cinerea
Hollis, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, USA
Size: about 9 mm
After enough time spent mimicking a grass seed, cupedid opens antennae, waves them around, and goes exploring.

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latest nomenclature
According to American Beetles [and others] - T. concolor is now T. cinereus. Great photos.

 
Thank you
I'm glad to have you keeping me up-to-date. I must confess, after one entomology prof. I know derided American Beetles as a "seriously flawed work," I have been using it only as an afterthought. Also, I'm lacking get Volume 1 of the set.

 
Price is biggest flaw
I don't know that I'd that say 'seriously'. While not perfect, it is a big step forward for our fauna - I just wish it was more affordable!

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