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Laemophloeus ? - Laemophloeus biguttatus

Laemophloeus ? - Laemophloeus biguttatus
Enumclaw, King County, Washington, USA
May 22, 2014
Size: ~ 3.2 mm
Extracted from Lindgren funnel trap. Believe it's a Laemophloeus, if so I didn't see any in BugGuide from the West Coast. Confirmation/correction, and further placement would be appreciated.

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Laemophloeus ? - Laemophloeus biguttatus Laemophloeus ? - Laemophloeus biguttatus

this is the only transcontinental species
i'm quite surprised, they are indeed pretty common in the east but apparently much less so along the Pacific... thanks for the great pics, mon ami.

Moved from Lined Flat Bark Beetles.

 
Thank you V...
I was wondering if it might be biguttatus, as I had posted one before from Arkansas...

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