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Village of San Leanna, south Austin, Travis County, Texas, USA
July 23, 2008
at UV lights in small mesic patch...


Not Homaeotarsus
This is definitely a Paederine rove beetle but the antennae are not elbowed and the first antennomere is not extremely long - excluding Homaeotarsus. It is in the subtribe Lathrobiina but I'm not sure whether this is a Lathrobium or Lobrathium. I'm leaning more towards Lobrathium.


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