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flood debris #14 - rove - Neohypnus

flood debris #14 - rove - Neohypnus
Medford, (~25 miles east of Philadelphia, PA) Burlington County, New Jersey, USA
December 27, 2009
Size: 3.2mm
Something in Paederinae, I assume?

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flood debris #14 - rove - Neohypnus flood debris #14 - rove - Neohypnus

Moved - Thank you both
I'll try to image the head more exactly top down.

Moved from Rove Beetles.

One of the smaller Neohypnus
One of the smaller Neohypnus species, fragil*is or pusill*us, needs a close-up perfect dorsal of the head to determine it further.
Cheers,
Adam

Xantholinini, rather
never knew they can go this tiny, though

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