Genus Aderus Stephens 1829 Coleoptera - Polyphaga - Heteromera - Aderidae
  By Arved Lompe (after Lohse)
Translated by: Mike Hackston
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  The third segment of the antennae is a little narrower and shorter than the second and in males not even half the length of the fourth which is enlarged and thickened [fig.1].
#1 Body uniformly yellowish-brown [fig.2], with the head usually brown. Upper surface with very fine silky shining hairs; puncturation very fine. Each elytron with an even impression before the middle. Antennae thickened and long. Length 1.8-2.3 mm. Widely distributed in Europe but usually rare to very rare. Associated with rotting deciduous wood.

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