|This is a very small beetle, measuring no more than around 2mm and belonging to the Cerylonidae family. Cerylon histeroides seems to be less common than C. ferrugineum. The one pictured was one of two found under the bark of a Birch log at Sherwood Heath in March 2011.|
|UK distribution of Cerylon histeroides|
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Updated September 2011
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