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Photo#731012
Rove Beetle - Rugilus angustatus

Rove Beetle - Rugilus angustatus
Edmundston, Madawaska County, New Brunswick, Canada
June 7, 2012
Size: 6,2mm
Which species?

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Rove Beetle - Rugilus angustatus Rove Beetle - Rugilus angustatus

Rugilus angustatus (Geoffroy)
Correct, this is Rugilus angustatus (Geoffroy). It is an adventive Palaearctic species that it now widely distributed in New Brunswick and Nova Scotia (and many other jurisdictions in the northeast).

Moved
Moved from Rugilus.

looks a lot like the European Rugilus angustatus...
will show around; interesting

Moved from Paederinae.

 
It is that exact species :)
It is that exact species :)

Cheers,
Adam

 
cool... thanks, man!!
i just don't see it listed in Majka & Klimaszewski 2008(1)

 
Hi V, This species is wel
Hi V,

This species is well known from North America, reviewed by Hoebeke (1995) and then reported from New Brunswick (Canadian records summarized) by Webster and DeMerchant (2012).
The latter paper is open access here: http://www.pensoft.net/journals/zookeys/article/2504/new-staphylinidae-coleoptera-records-with-new-collection-data-from-new-brunswick-canada-paederinae

Cheers,
Adam

 
perfect --big help, Adam!! much appreciated
glad BG's first pics of it are so wonderful... keep them coming, Richard.

 
Yes, more to come.. Thanks fo
Yes, more to come.. Thanks for your help to you All!

 
Thanks V. I am anxious to kno
Thanks V. I am anxious to know the exact id.. certainely rare one

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