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- - Tetraleucus picticornis

- - Tetraleucus picticornis
Hancock County, Indiana, USA
July 3, 2011
Size: 8.5 mm
Collected at UV light.

First time I've seen this beautiful species.

Moved from Agonum albicrus.

Reconsider to Tetraleucus picticornis (Newman)
based on image showing pale femora. Agonum (Olisares) albicrus Dejean has distinctly black femora among other differences not readily seen in images.

Thks Peter!

really cool one
subgen. placement per(1)
Jim Liebherr told me he'll be sending me his papers... about 6 weeks ago, but :(

Moved from Agonum.

thanks v
I'll add a note of that to the genus page.

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