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Lasioderma serricorne (Fabricius, 1792)
Family: Anobiidae (Ptinidae)
Size: 3,0 mm (2,0 to 3,0 mm)
Distribution: cosmopolitan
Ecologie: the beetle is a pest of tobacco, both in the refined cigarette packet presentation and also as stored in hogseads and bales,
but is alo a minor pest of oilcake, cereals, dried fruit, sage, flour, and some animal products
Location: Germany, Bavaria, Upper Franconia, Kulmbach, in nutmeg from India
leg.det. U.Schmidt, II.1980
Photo: U.Schmidt, 2016

Lasioderma serricorne   (Flickr)