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Latridiid - Enicmus brevicornis

Latridiid - Enicmus brevicornis
Carr Canyon, Cochise County, Arizona, USA
April 23, 2012
Size: 1.8mm
Beaten from branches of conifer shrub/tree.

All pics taken with automontage system. Actual montaging done with CombineZP.

Pretty sure it's Enicmus. Correction welcome.

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Wolfgang Ruecker: "I think this is Enicmus brevicornis...
"...(Mannerheim, 1844)"
Moved from Enicmus.

 
Thanks
Thanks v and Wolfgang.

 
i asked Wolfgang about status & records of E. brevicornis in NA
his response suggests that there are no published NA records of it, and that he haven't seen any specimens from outside Europe yet; however, latridiids are so prone to spread by commerce that he's not surprised at all

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