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BillTyson Posted - 27/12/2015 : 23:17:59

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N. Isl., Haruva Falls, Sept.
6 mm
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Jérôme Sudre Posted - 31/12/2015 : 17:15:55
Yes this one is small but some can measure eg 9 or 10 mm. I have two ex in al 7 and 8 mm. But it is already large relative to other island species
BillTyson Posted - 31/12/2015 : 16:53:38
grandis is funny. Not a very large beetle. Many thanks.
Jérôme Sudre Posted - 30/12/2015 : 18:16:40
Somatidia grandis Broun
BillTyson Posted - 28/12/2015 : 17:18:50
I see what you mean. Was just happy to get a specimen or two from there. thanks again
dryobius Posted - 28/12/2015 : 02:34:13
There are dozens of species of small Parmenini in New Zealand.

If you google "Beetles in a suburban environment", you can download Kuschel's paper about NZ Coleoptera. You won't find a key, but you will see how difficult this group is.

Here is the link that I just used.

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