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Silis lutea - male

Silis lutea - Male
Enumclaw, King County, Washington, USA
June 14, 2011
Size: 4.5 mm
Keying out through Hatch should be Silis lutea. If others agree new species page will need to be created using the following reference "Beetles of the Pacific Northwest Part III", pgs. 58-60. Thank you for your patience and help. When caught antenna was held outward and fluttered quite rapidly. Found in aerial trap netting.

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Silis lutea - male Silis lutea - male Silis lutea - male Silis lutea - male

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Moved from Silis.

 
Thank you Tim..
I was gald to have a second opinion and I don't believe I can create the information page required, as a non-editor. Appreciate the help and thanks again.

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