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Beetle ID - Arthrolips fasciata

Beetle ID - Arthrolips fasciata
Virginia Beach, Virginia, USA
May 28, 2008
Size: ~1mm
Found under bark of decaying oak tree limb.

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Beetle ID - Arthrolips fasciata Beetle ID - Arthrolips fasciata

Moved
Moved from Clypastraea.
New pages created and images moved.
It isn't even listed in Nearctica, must be a fairly new arrival.

 
info source
Beatriz -- have you noticed the link http://fulltext10.fcla.edu/DLData/SN/SN07496737/0019/001/0011.pdf in Dr Thomas's msg i attached?

 
Ha!
Yes, I put the link on the info page. Thanks.

Arthrolips fasciata (Erichson) of Australasian origin
(Michael Thomas, pers.comm.)

 
Thanks V
I will request a guide page.

Moved
Moved from Beetles.

Corylophidae
Not sure genus and sp.

 
try Molamba
*

 
There doesn't seem
to be a guide page for Molamba unless I missed it somehow. Thanks for the ID though!

 
Clypastraea ?
Genus Molamba is now in genus Clypastraea.

 
Thanks...
Moved images.

 
Thanks!
I'll leave it in ID req. a little longer to see if anyone can ID it to species.

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