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Near Gothic, Gunnison County, Colorado, USA
August 22, 2019
Size: 2.3 mm
Is this the Hadromychus undescribed species mentioned in Am. Beets (17 years ago?) that should be in ID and MT? I got it last week in a pitfall trap baited with fermenting fruit and molasses. It has the 4-4-4 linear tarsi and the pronotum has the 4 deep basal pits characteristic of Hadromychus. It has complete pronotal submarginal sulci, and to my eye it has a different shape to the pronotum than H. chandleri. I could not find any more info on this western species. Anyone know?

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Hadromychus? Hadromychus? Hadromychus?