Tags: Coleoptera, NC insect of the week
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Interesting beetle – I’ve not heard of this family before. I have boxes and boxes of miscellaneous tiny beetles undetermined to family that I’ve accumulated over the years – I’ll have to check and see if any of these are amongst that material.
LeConte was certainly the most important American coleopterist of the 19th century – but, of course, what is more important than beetles?
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