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Cerambycidae, dorsal - Dectes texanus

Cerambycidae, dorsal - Dectes texanus
Engeldinger Marsh, Polk County, Iowa, USA
June 28, 2008
Size: 8 mm
I have nothing to which to compare the second antennal segment.

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to my eye this is sayi
Based on specimens I've examined, this would fall into the "relatively long" category for the second antennomere. Lingafelter apparently uses a different diagnostic (tarsal coloration), which gives different results at times.

Moved
Moved from Dectes.

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