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Coccinellidae - Diomus terminatus

Coccinellidae - Diomus terminatus
Hurricane Lake - 7.7 mi. SE Bald Knob, White County, Arkansas, USA
July 24, 2012
Size: ~ 2mm
Believe to be Diomus terminatus, conformation appreciated.. Collected at night at MV/UV lights.
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Moved
Moved from Lady Beetles.

 
Thank you...
Appreciate the help, I'll make a species label for it now..thanks again!!

Yes, D. terminatus
I've revisited this a few times, I keep getting different numbers of antenna segments each time I count (Diomus has 10 segments; I usually count 11 on this one, but not always). The rest of the physical features do key to D. terminatus, and as the image of the antennae is quite small and not completely clear, it's not possible to do an accurate count anyway. So all things considered, I agree that this is D. terminatus.

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