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Clicker? - Selonodon depressifrons

Clicker? - Selonodon depressifrons
4 mi. W. Winnsboro, Wood County, Texas, USA
June 11, 2013
Size: ~ 13 mm
Came to MV/UV lights. Confirmation/correction, and further placement would be appreciated.

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Clicker? - Selonodon depressifrons Clicker? - Selonodon depressifrons Clicker? - Selonodon depressifrons Clicker? - Selonodon depressifrons

Moved, [kinda tentatively] based on:
-relatively broad prosternal process
-prominent clypeolabral suture
-aedeagus (from what I can make out in these images)
-relative lengths of antennomeres II-IV

The other two candidates in the area can be differentiated as follows:
S. estriatus: has a very narrow prosternal process
S. sagittiformis: has a shorter, broader median lobe and a longer antennomere III.

Moved from Selonodon.

New addition to BG, love that when it happens..
Thanks again,


I can't key it from what I can see here. A dorsal shot of the head, showing the clypeolabral suture ('face') might help.

Moved from Beetles.

Just added the head shot.
Should be able to see what you are looking for under the higher resolution image. Again thank you for the help.


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