Synonyms and other taxonomic changes
Belonuchus rufipennis (Fabricius)
Black, with elytra and first four abdominal tergites reddish-yellow or reddish-brown. Labial palpomeres long and narrow. Pronotum longer than wide, with rows of 4–5 punctures on top, 5-6 on sides. Front and hind femora more spinose in male than female. (2)
Eastern USA to Arizona and South America. (1)
In Indiana, has been found at fermenting sap exuding from damaged trees. (1)
BugGuide examples have been found at rotting mushrooms, watermelon, compost, and grass clippings.