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Photo#35781
Tiny reddish beetle - Atomaria lewisi

Tiny reddish beetle - Atomaria lewisi
Nashua, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, USA
September 17, 2005
Size: 1.9 mm
Came to UV lights. The enlarged last three antennal segments must be somewhat diagnostic for genus/species.

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Tiny reddish beetle - Atomaria lewisi Tiny reddish beetle - Atomaria lewisi

Moved
Moved from Atomaria.

 
ID confirmed by Colin Johnson: A. lewisi

Moved
Moved from Anchicera.

Cryptophagidae: Anchicera sp.
I think.

 
I'll move them there.
The next Anchicera specialist to pass this way can give 'em the boot if they're not Anchicera sp.

 
It will
be a long wait, a very long wait.

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