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Rove beetle under blacklight. Is a tighter ID possible? - Neobisnius gratus

Rove beetle under blacklight. Is a tighter ID possible? - Neobisnius gratus
Caspers Wilderness Park, San Juan Capistrano, Orange County, California, USA
August 31, 2013

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Rove beetle under blacklight. Is a tighter ID possible? - Neobisnius gratus Rove beetle under blacklight. Is a tighter ID possible? - Neobisnius gratus

awesome.
Moved from Rove Beetles.

This is Neobisnius gratus (Le
This is Neobisnius gratus (LeConte),

Cheers,
Adam

 
Wonderful! Thanks, Adam.
Still, I'll be working for better shots as soon as the sheet clears the laundry!

thanks, Al; hope Ron sees another one and adds more pics
Moved from Paederini.

 
Oh, =v= you know me so well!
I'll be trying new lights next time out.

Most likely a Neobisnius sp.
Most likely a Neobisnius sp. (Staphylininae: Philonthina) but not enough characters visible to exclude some Paederinae genera in the subtribe Lathrobiina.

 
Thanks. I'll demand a reshoot!
This is only my second time with blacklight, and I'm still groping around.

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

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