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Fire-colored Beetle - Pedilus canaliculatus

Fire-colored Beetle - Pedilus canaliculatus
Ballston Lake, Saratoga County, New York, USA
April 24, 2010
Size: 6 mm
I caught a pair of these beetles today on a flowering sour cherry tree. They were together on a small branch, although they were not mating. I can take more pictures if it will help identify them to species. The other one is here.

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Pedilus sp.
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looks like...
P. canaliculatus...I think I see a groove down the center of the pronotum.

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