Parochodaeus pectoralis: Parochodaeus duplex: and Neochodaeus frontalis All three specimens were self collected in Hamilton County Kansas in 2014 and 2018.
Maybe picked up using a flight intercept trap?
They look mighty small since you have them on points so most of us would easily overlook them unless we were "dyed in the wool" beetle enthusiasts.
Of course, some insects have a special "niche" sort of life so unless one can focus on those peculiarities then only a happenstance capture will ever occur...
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