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Photo#1245719
Arenivaga? - Arenivaga erratica - male

Arenivaga? - Arenivaga erratica - Male
Hereford, Cochise County, Arizona, USA
June 24, 2016
Attracted to MV/UV lights. Coordinates: 31°24'17.25"N 110°13'48.94"W Elevation 4,916 ft.
Cochise Co., Hereford, Bryerly Ct.

Moved
Moved from Arenivaga.

Moved, Arenivaga indeed....
Now which species exactly, I don't know...

Moved from Corydiidae.

 
Yes, I couldn't find the exact match, but
I was hoping that you or Alan Jeon would know. I still have my bets on the two of you.

 
Based on range and pronotal markings...
I'm gonna say this is A.erratica. The markings match perfectly with the specimen shown in Heidi's revision (see here:http://bdj.pensoft.net//showimg.php?filename=oo_25008.jpg), and they have been found in Hereford, Cochise County, AZ.

 
Thank you Hisserdude!
for your time and help identifying this critter. I had planned to post more detailed photos of this specimen later on because when I found it, I only had a point-and-shoot camera available. However, now I cannot find this roach.

 
No problem, happy to help!
Yikes, it escaped? That sucks, at least this isn't a pest species!

 
It might have escaped in
the field while putting other bugs into the container.

 
Oh well...
This picture is still very nice, much better than anything I could take! :)

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