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Photo#526252
Monotomid - Hesperobaenus rufipes

Monotomid - Hesperobaenus rufipes
10.1km NNE McBee, Chesterfield County, South Carolina, USA
April 1, 2011
Size: ~2.7mm
Found under bark of fallen scrubby oak tree in longleaf pine dominated forest.

All pics taken with automontage system. Actual montaging done with CombineZP.

Will post a lateral shot this weekend.

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Confirmed
With lateral shot, Hesperobaenus rufipes.

 
excellent.....

 
thanks
Thanks guys!

Moved
Moved from Europini.

Assuming Hesperobaenus....
Then Hesperobaenus rufipes is a pretty solid bet for this one. All the features match up.

A lateral shot would be great
If you could make sure that the side of the elytra are visible especially (counting the rows of punctures is a genus-level character), that would be helpful in getting a definitive det.

 
lateral available
Hopefully the view you need for id.

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