Hancock County, Indiana, USA July 3, 2011 Size: 7 mm
Collected at UV light.
Found a new one last night. I wasn't expecting it to be Loxandrus when I caught it (more like a Stenolophus or something).
Keys to either L. duryi or L. vitiosus (metepisternum punctate, mentum with distinct foveae). I feel this is more likely L. duryi based on location and size (L. vitiosus averages slightly smaller and hasn't been recorded from Indiana to my knowledge).
Contributed by Brad Barnd on 4 July, 2011 - 3:19pm
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