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Photo#1238615
Longhorn beetle - Zagymnus clerinus

Longhorn beetle - Zagymnus clerinus
Miami, Dade County, Florida, USA
June 12, 2016
Size: ~.75"
Found in backyard pool floater.

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Longhorn beetle - Zagymnus clerinus Longhorn beetle - Zagymnus clerinus

nice

Moved
Moved from ID Request. The coleophiles can take it from here.

Zagymnus?
Just a WAG, but check out the photo of the type specimen for Agallissus floridanus (=synonym of Zagymnus clerinus) here: https://apps2.cdfa.ca.gov/publicApps/plant/bycidDB/wdetails.asp?id=5728&w=n. Very cool, in any case.

 
Wow, looks like Agallissus fl
Wow, looks like Agallissus floridanus to my untrained eye.

 
thanks Brady
Zagymnus clerinus was my initial thought as well, but I couldn't find anything matching this specific color pattern. Could be a color morph of that species, or a stray of a Caribbean congener?

Neat whatever it is!!!!

Do you have a dorsal image
that you can add?

 
Added!
Added!

not a clue...
could it be a stray from the Caribbean?

 
Very possible. I've seen a fe
Very possible. I've seen a few things stray from the Caribbean, or where South Florida is the northern range at least.

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