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Horned Anthicid - Notoxus desertus

Horned Anthicid - Notoxus desertus
4 miles West of Winnsboro, Wood County, Texas, USA
June 12, 2013
Size: ~ 4mm
Came to MV/UV lights at night, help appreciated.

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Horned Anthicid - Notoxus desertus Horned Anthicid - Notoxus desertus

Moved tentatively per Don's comment
Moved from Notoxus.

Notoxus desertus or monodon. Unfortunately Winnsboro is in or close to the transition zone between the two species, and male genitalia would need to be examined to be sure which species it is. With that said, I would guess N. desertus.

Thank you for your help..
I do appreciate it. With your guess being N. desertus, should the images be moved to N. desertus or not. I will gladly move them just do not know the correct protocol on a best guess...thanks again.


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