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Quedius ? - Quedius erythrogaster

Quedius ? - Quedius erythrogaster
Enumclaw, King County, Washington, USA
April 18, 2012
Size: ~ 11mm
This is the same species I submitted back on the 9th of this month, but better angles and images I believe. Taken from berlese trap, rotten center debris from Alder. If this is better we could frass the other...thanks

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Quedius ? - Quedius erythrogaster Quedius ? - Quedius erythrogaster

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This is definitely Q. erythro
This is definitely Q. erythrogaster, and one of the few records available for the state,

Cheers
Adam

 
Thank you Adam..
I take it by your statement this isn't a new state record, but rather just another one to add to the few that exist..thanks again..

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Moved from Large Rove Beetles.

This is a species of Quedius,
This is a species of Quedius, subgenus Microsaurus (possibly Q. erythrogaster)

Cheers,
Adam

 
Thanks Adam..
I moved them to the appropriate location, appreciate the help.

A species of Quedius subgenus
A species of Quedius subgenus Microsaurus, looks like erythrogaster but I think there could be similar species in the west.

Cheers,
Adam

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