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Eucnemidae? - Rushia longula

Eucnemidae? - Rushia longula
Groton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA
July 2, 2012
Size: 6mm

Moved

Moved
Moved from Serropalpini.

Moved
Moved from Beetles.
Thanks Blaine. Looks like it's one I haven't seen before.

 
or maybe Hypulini???
maybe best to put at family level for now :) And you are right, it doesn't look at all familiar...

not Eucnemidae
looks like another serropalpine melandryid, but I'd have to snoop around some more. Don will probably recognize it readily.

 
From
my distant location in Sicily, it is familiar, and I think maybe Rush*ia longula, but not certain enough without checking the collection to say it with authority.

 
Rushia longula?
Don, I hope your vacation is all you expected it to be. I saved the specimen for you to check in the future.

 
yes,
and yes.

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