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Agonoleptus or- Stenolophus  - Stenolophus

Agonoleptus or- Stenolophus - Stenolophus
Deane, Letcher County, Kentucky, USA
January 11, 2014
Size: 6mm
Found under black belt line.
Tried to figure out the difference but I'm definitely not educated in beetle language.
I found several of the Agonoleptus also today but this was the only one with the different color pattern like this.

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Agonoleptus or- Stenolophus  - Stenolophus Agonoleptus or- Stenolophus  - Stenolophus

Moved
Moved from Stenolophina.

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

maybe Acupalpus or Bradycellus
(the Agonoleptus have a distinctive wide pronotum with rounded angles)

 
Beetle
Thank you. I may learn one day.

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