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Yuma Az. area bug - Lytta magister

Yuma Az. area bug - Lytta magister
Near Yuma, AZ, California, USA
March 22, 2005
Size: 1"
found in the TUMCO (abandoned mining area ) in the Cargo Muchacho mts.

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Yuma Az. area bug - Lytta magister Yuma Az. area bug - Lytta magister

Blister beetle.
This is Lytta magister, apparently a locally abundant species in parts of Arizona. You tend to either see lots of 'em in a small area, or none of 'em anywhere! Would love to stumble upon an emergence of these guys....

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