|Atrecus affinis is a small Rove Beetle. There are over 1000 species of Staphylinidae in the UK, most are scavengers and can be found in a variety of sites. They generally inhabit leaf litter and and other decaying matter and are good fliers. These were found at Sherwood Forest CP in October 2008 and February 2010, with the lower two photographs showing one found under bark at Warsop Wood in March 2013.|
|UK distribution of Atrecus affinis|
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