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teny tiny beetle - Cybocephalus nigritulus

teny tiny beetle - Cybocephalus nigritulus
Med, (~25 miles east of Philadelphia, PA) Burlington County, New Jersey, USA
June 28, 2008
Size: ~1.0mm
although in a bit of a tuck, this may be my smallest beetle to-date. ID suggestions welcome :)

came to UV light

Images of this individual: tag all
teny tiny beetle - Cybocephalus nigritulus teny tiny beetle - Cybocephalus nigritulus

Moved

Moved
Moved from zapit.

Moved
Moved from Clambus.

Moved
Moved from Beetles.

Clambus sp.
nicely done

 
Thanks!
another new family (#46) for my backyard. While there's probably many aspects that make my current backyard count results "unusual", personally, I'm surprised at the high number of families I'm finding, especially relative to the current number of species. The current ratio is only 6.5:1 species to families. I had expected to see a much higher ratio.

 
Sorry...
to hijack your new family, but this isn't a clambid. Based on this forum post, I am moving to Nitidulidae:Cybocephalinae. I will attempt to get someone to look at it to see if we can't get it to species.

 
no problem,
better to be accurate and humble, than proud and sitting with the wrong family :)

 
envy!
I'm still hoping for one :-) Great detail, BTW.

 
contact
Jim,

I noticed you had contacted a Trevor Smith about the other Cybocephalus. Any chance you could run this one by him or provide me with his contact info? Thanks.

 
Just emailed him.
waiting...

Rats! Message bounced; undeliverable!

In the details it says "Over quota." Maybe he's on remote sabbatical and his mailbox is overloaded.

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