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Chrysobothris rugosiceps Melsheimer - Chrysobothris rugosiceps - female

Chrysobothris rugosiceps Melsheimer - Chrysobothris rugosiceps - Female
TSU Nursery Research Center, McMinnville, Warren County, Tennessee, USA
April 29, 2008
Size: 12mm
Last segment of antenna is quadrate instead of narrowed like the rest of the Chrysobothris femorata species complex. Males often have yellow below and females more reddish with less yellow. This is a female, I checked.

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