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Athous 02 - Hemicrepidius hemipodus

Athous 02 - Hemicrepidius hemipodus
Hancock County, Indiana, USA
June 22, 2002
Size: 12 mm
The longitudinal vitta on the left elytron appears to be aberrant.

Looks extremely similar to Blaine's from NY.

Moved-mystery solved!
Moved from Athous campyloides.

Moved tentatively
Moved from Athous campyloides.

Moved
Moved from Athous.

OK...
This seems conspecific with my NY specimen, which I have keyed out AGAIN in both Becker (1974) and Becker (1979). Still coming up A. campyloides...but I am nervous to put a label on in in my collection-LOL.

my NY specimen....
keys out to N. campyloides but I do not entirely trust it. Waiting for a couple experts to chime in :). The distribution of campyoides (in 1974) has it fairly restricted, but as it is introduced, it might be prone to rapid spread.

 
Agreed
My initial attempt a couple of years ago to key this one brought me to N. campyloides as well. My reservations are similar to yours.

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