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Rustler's Park, Cochise County, Arizona, USA
Size: 5mm
Came to light. July 2008. Hypu*lini of some kind?

scraptiid totally makes sense
the group badly need a caring curator/student; everybody's whining about it, yours truly including... find us a willing, enthusiastic victim, Kojun.

Moved from Zilora.

I took another look at this dude. Head is constricted forming a neck so not Zilora. I'm stumped. If Scraptiidae, keys out to All*opoda... Could it be some kind of Anthicid?

Moved from Beetles.

cool. Keyed out to Zilora.
cool. Keyed out to Zilora. Just didn't see photos of any with such filliform antennae.

cool. looks a lot like Zilora
do you want me to show it to Darren, or you'll send him the beast?

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