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Epuraea sp.? - Epuraea corticina - male

Epuraea sp.? - Epuraea corticina - Male
Medford, (~25 miles east of Philadelphia, PA) Burlington County, New Jersey, USA
April 23, 2008
Size: ~4mm
shows the apex of elytra slightly better.

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Epuraea sp.? - Epuraea corticina - male Epuraea sp.? - Epuraea corticina - male Epuraea sp.? - Epuraea corticina - male

Moved
Moved from Epuraea.

corticina?
best guess

 
corticina,
would seem to fit. I am puzzled why the key and description in Downie and Arnett is completely silent on the seemingly strong spots on both elytra and pronotum.

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