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Photo#97288
very small beetle type - Anthrenus verbasci

very small beetle type - Anthrenus verbasci
Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
March 4, 2007
This is the smallest thing I have ever photographed. Not much bigger than a piece of soil. Looks like a lady bug was so small I would not have seen it if it hadn't moved.

Moved
Moved from furniture carpet beetle.
Reasons are explained here , distinguishing characters found on species pages, respectively.

Yup
Antrenus flavipes

Dermestidae
something like

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