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  - Urodera dilaticollis

- Urodera dilaticollis
Molino Basin, Catalina Mnts, Pima County, Arizona, USA
September 29, 2008
Size: 10 mm
Joyce Gross found this one on oak. Thanks for letting me have this guy!

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  - Urodera dilaticollis Chrysomelidae - Urodera dilaticollis Cryptocephalus notatus? - Urodera dilaticollis

Moved
Moved from Clytrini.

Wrong tribe
Check out serrate antennae. This is the clytrine Urodera dilaticollis Jacoby

 
Oops, yes
thanks! I looked at the type at the Harvard collection http://insects.oeb.harvard.edu/mcz/FMPro?-DB=Image.fm&-Lay=web&-Format=images.htm&Species_ID=8640&-Find- the dark band is continous, where this one has only blotches... but the other characteristics look good

 
cool
Great to have an id on this so quickly. I'm too buried in work to post photos for a while .... :( ... but it was great to get out looking for bugs in Arizona.

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