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Photo#375632
Hyperaspis sp. - Hyperaspis

Hyperaspis sp. - Hyperaspis
Santa Ana NWR, Alamo, Hidalgo County, Texas, USA
February 28, 2010
Size: ~3 mm
Hyperaspis sp.
Det. E. G. Riley, 2010

Not one of the 39-40 Texas Hyperaspis spp. in the TAMUIC.

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Moved
Moved from Hyperaspis.

very exciting!
It's great to see the pics of the 2nd specimen here - and how cooperative it is, sticking its foreleg right out at us. I will attempt to sit on my hands and stop bugging you about these beautiful beetles now :-)

Well, okay, one more thing maybe. How many antennal segments does it have? I'm trying to count but can't come up with the same number 2 out of 3 times.

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