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tiny red oblong - Cerylon unicolor

tiny red oblong - Cerylon unicolor
Nashua, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, USA
June 26, 2006
Size: about 2 mm
Came to UV lights. It seemed a little elongate for the species I'm thinking of, but if it is one, this is a better photo than I've taken previously. Here the beetle is trapped atop a droplet of water.

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tiny red oblong - Cerylon unicolor tiny red oblong - Cerylon unicolor

Moved from Cerylon.

C. unicolor
Jim, check out the comments under this picture.

Thanks, Tom, Tim, Boris, Don :-)
I'll round up the dogies and put 'em in the new corral.

Ceylonidae: Cerylon sp.
Philothermus has a distinct raised lateral margin on the pronotum.

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