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Melolonthinae - Diplotaxis

Melolonthinae - Diplotaxis
Madera Canyon - Mt. Wrightson picnic area, Santa Cruz County, Arizona, USA
September 13, 2016
Size: ~ 8 mm
Came to U/V lights, believe this a Melolonthinae of sorts? Confirmation/correction, and further placement would be appreciated.

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Moved, Diplotaxis sp.
If I said there were a kazillion Hymenorus in AZ, then there are a kazillion +1 Diplotaxis. This genus has really speciated in the Sonoran region

Moved from Scarab Beetles.

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