|This is a tiny beetle, measuring only about 3mm in length. It was found by torchlight, on the trunk of one of the ancient Oaks in Sherwood Forest in October 2008 and is common. It belongs to the Mycetophagidae family, which are generally found on or near fungi, especially bracket fungi.|
|UK distribution of Triphyllus bicolor|
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