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Buffalo National River, Boen Gulf, Newton County, Arkansas, USA
June 4, 2010
Size: 2 mm
Extracted from litter using a modified berlese funnel. Identified as Eurhoptus sp. using the key in American Beetles. It looks very similar to the undescribed Eurhoptus , which was also found in Arkansas.


Eurhoptus undescribed species
Yes, I think it is an undescribed Eurhoptus species.

Eurhoptus sp
Are you currently working on Eurhoptus? We have half a dozen or so of these guys right from multiple sites in the southern Ozarks and will probably get more, which should be enough for a proper description.

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