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Stenomorphus californicus

Stenomorphus californicus
Henryetta, Okmulgee County, Oklahoma, USA
July 7, 2005
Size: Aprox.12mm
Came to black light.
Photographed at night with built in flash on D100.

Moved

Actually Stenomorphus californicus rufipes LeConte
if one subscribes to fine tuning.

Stenomorphus californicus
This is the quite distinctive harpaline, Stenomorphus californicus. It can be readily recognized by the elongate prothorax and pronotum. There are two other species of this genus in North America, but they only occur in Arizona and New Mexico.

Matt

 
Ground beetle
Thanks Matt, I did not have much hope for an Id.

 
Clarification
Please note that the genus is Stenomorphus, which is a separate genus from Stenolophus.

Matt

 
Noted
and moved.

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