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Photo#1444186
Tenebrionidae?

Tenebrionidae?
Jacumba Wilderness, Imperial County, California, USA
March 15, 2017
In a sandy wash on a borage in the Jacumba Wilderness; compressed laterally, though the images don't show this clearly

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Tenebrionidae? Tenebrionidae?

Frassed
Moved from Beetles.

Probably Phodaga alticeps LeConte
the angles aren't optimal for id purposes

 
Thank you,
Margarethe! P. alticeps looks like a good match, based on appearance, location, and food source.

I have an image with a slightly different angle, but it's more blurred--it was a fast-moving beetle.

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