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 4-spotted Sap Beetle? - Glischrochilus siepmanni

4-spotted Sap Beetle? - Glischrochilus siepmanni
Lancaster, Worcester County, Massachusetts, USA
August 5, 2005
Size: 5mm
The spots are a lot smaller on this one than the 4-spotted Sap Beetles in the guide. Is that just variability?

Moved
Moved from Glischrochilus.

Glischrochilus sp.
Glischrochilus sp.

 
Glischrochilus siepmanni, i believe
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Nitidulidae.
Looks like a nitidulid, alright. Maybe it is in the same genus as the four-spotted sap beetle, but a different species?

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