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Photo#338538
Hydrophilidae - Enochrus hamiltoni

Hydrophilidae - Enochrus hamiltoni
Medford, (~25 miles east of Philadelphia, PA) Burlington County, New Jersey, USA
May 28, 2009
Size: 5.3mm
Something in Enochrus perhaps?

(darn, just noticed the dirt obsuring the median edge of the terminal segment. I can remove that if needed)

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Hydrophilidae - Enochrus hamiltoni Hydrophilidae - Enochrus hamiltoni

Moved
Moved from Enochrus.

Enochrus (Lumetus) hamiltoni (Horn)
Keyed from Smetana (1988)
A common, widespread Enochrus.

Moved

Enochrus sounds good; pix look good
having you back feels even gooder :-]

 
exactly
I was wondering where you had wandered off to.

 
Thanks Guys,
It's very kind of you to notice. I got busy with some family matters and work. I was also hoping to offer some new areas of interest/investigation and new photography methods and abilities, but most of that will take a while longer.

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