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Photo#53909
small brown paterened beetle - Hadrobregmus notatus

small brown paterened beetle - Hadrobregmus notatus
Randolph, Norfolk County, Massachusetts, USA
May 25, 2006
Size: 3.5mm
It looks like the Hadrobregmus notatus in the guide. Is it the same?

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small brown paterened beetle - Hadrobregmus notatus small brown paterened beetle - Hadrobregmus notatus

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Identifiaction confirmed by Boris B├╝che, an entomologist from Berlin, Germany.

Anobiidae
I agree that this is in the family Anobiidae. The antennae are distinctive - the last three segments are like little clubs

 
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Thanks for the help Andy.

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