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Medoc Mountain State Park, Halifax County, North Carolina, USA
July 10, 2013
Size: 6 mm
At a moth sheet, size estimated. Something like Stenolophus? Looks rather like this one:

Confirmation/correction appreciated. (See comments.)

Images of this individual: tag all
Acupalpus Acupalpus

Moved from Stenolophina.

Moved from Ground Beetles to Subtribe Stenolophina--which includes the suggested genera. Thanks for the information, Brad.

seems more likely
to be more along the lines of Bradycellus or Acupalpus

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