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Acanthocinus  - Acanthocinus obliquus - female

Acanthocinus - Acanthocinus obliquus - Female
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, USA
April 27, 2011
Size: 11 mm
In house, pine firewood.
It looks like Acanthocinus princeps to me, but I would like to have a second opinion. Thank you!

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Moved
Moved from Acanthocinus.

I'd say A. obliquus; A. princ
I'd say A. obliquus; A. princeps is huge.

 
Thank you!
Thank you very much for your ID.
I'm glad my son bought this firewood :)

 
thanks, Ian
it's nice to add some good pix of this rarely photographed bycid; Andrei, pls fetch us a male, would you? thanks!

 
I will try...
certainly

i'll show it around; not sure obliquus can be ruled out
Moved from ID Request.

 
Thank you, v !
I always learn a lot from BG.

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