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Aglyptinus laevis

Aglyptinus laevis
Tippecanoe County, Indiana, USA
Size: 1.5 mm
No date for this specimen.

Six specimens taken in a berlese extraction of fungus (from same sample as ).

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Aglyptinus laevis Aglyptinus laevis

what a nice fungus that must have been
with this addition, there are no suprageneric taxa missing in the Guide.
you made my day.

that it was
fungal masses that are wet and starting to rot are good places to find such things

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