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Masked Chafer with Pointy Face - Cyclocephala - male

Masked Chafer with Pointy Face - Cyclocephala - Male
Tonopah, Maricopa County, Arizona, USA
May 25, 2015
Size: 13mm
These are images of a Rhinoceros Beetle that I believe is a male in the genus Cyclocephala. He has a small, round injury on the left elytra.
The clypeus is a bit more bumpy looking than the Northern and Southern Masked Chafers and I think that I'm out of their range anyway.
Here is the other one that I filmed:
Thanks for your help!

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Masked Chafer with Pointy Face - Cyclocephala - male Masked Chafer with Pointy Face - Cyclocephala - male Masked Chafer with Pointy Face - Cyclocephala - male Masked Chafer with Pointy Face - Cyclocephala - male Masked Chafer with Pointy Face - Cyclocephala - male Masked Chafer with Pointy Face - Cyclocephala - male Masked Chafer with Pointy Face - Cyclocephala - male

Moved
There are at least three in AZ with this general form and color: hirsuta, longula, and pasadenae.

Moved from ID Request.

 
Thanks
I filmed two of them that day and I'm working on the second guy's images now. (different face)

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