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Pseudoscorpion attached to longhorn beetle - Anelaphus pumilus

Pseudoscorpion attached to longhorn beetle - Anelaphus pumilus
Bon Aqua, Hickman County, Tennessee, USA
May 27, 2013
Size: 2-3 mm
Very tiny pseudoscorpion attached to beetle that came to light trap.

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The beetle is
Anelaphus pumilus.

 
Thanks
Thanks! But I already had the ID for the beetle. I was looking for an ID on the pseudoscorpion.

 
pseudoscorpions cannot be ID'd from photos
even family ID requires seeing rather fine details of the venter, never visible on live photos

 
Thank You!
Thank you! That is what I needed to know. I will try to pix under the microscope later today then.

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