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Cerambycid - Anelaphus albofasciatus

Cerambycid - Anelaphus albofasciatus
Coyote Canyon, Anza Borrego Desert, San Diego County, California, USA
March 13, 2015
Size: ~ 15 mm
Help with determination would be much appreciated! Came to a black light in a desert habitat.

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excellent --thanks again!
Moved from Beetles.

any other angles at all?
looks nice tho --which applies to most every bug you post, of course

might be one of the numerous southwestern Anelaphus...

 
Bob Androw just chimed in...
...elsewhere on-line where I posted it: He thinks Anelaphus albofasciatus.

 
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Hopefully these will help a bit - especially the dorsal shot.

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