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Anamorphidae, Symbiotes gibberosus? - Symbiotes gibberosus

Anamorphidae, Symbiotes gibberosus? - Symbiotes gibberosus
Roseville, Vernon St., 38.7227, -121.2993. Elevation = 50 m (164'), Placer County, California, USA
August 10, 2019
Size: 1.5 mm
Several taken from a Lindgren Trap in my back yard.

In Arnett (1) this keys to Anamorphus possibly.
Characters noticed.
Head
-- Frontolclypeal suture present.
-- 11 segmented Antennae widely spaced on the frons.
-- Scape almost as wide as long, much larger than pedicel which is larger than the following segments.
-- Antennae rest in a deep groove between the eye and the base of the mandibles.
Thorax
-- Pits joined by a depression on distal end of prothorax.
-- Prosternal process narrow and flat.
-- Could not see if claws were basally dentate with my 90x.
Abdomen
-- The lateral elytra edge is flared ending at the humerus.

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