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Photo#628687
LBB - Corticaria

LBB - Corticaria
Pulaski County, Kentucky, USA
May 29, 2011
Size: 1.5 mm
Collected at UV light.

Moved

Moved
Moved from Beetles.

looks more like a corticariine to me...
intriguing

 
thanks v
was just a guess, haven't spent much time with these little brown ones, they all look the same to me

how about a female Corticaria? 11-segmented antennae, five visible abdominal sternites, and setose fovea in front of front coxae (kind of like this one).

 
easily a Corticaria; better get Charlene's opinion, though

 
yep!
Sorry for the late response, but it is Corticaria :-)
The pronotum shape is similar to C. elongata, but the only way to confirm is by dissection of males.

 
thanks!

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