River Road, Guadalupe River, Comal County, Texas, USA June 6, 2016
Det. Ben Pfeiffer, 2016
Ben’s notes: Note lack of any visible elytral vittae (lateral line in the middle of wing covers). Defensive stance observed when handled, they tuck antennae underneath legs, and curl pronotum down. 2-3 rapid flashes together, occurring 1 second apart. Weak to moderate flash strength. Slow mover early in evening.
coll'ed by B.F. Pfeiffer @ 29.8036°N, 98.1639°W, spmn in the BFPC
Contributed by Mike Quinn on 13 July, 2016 - 4:53pm Last updated 23 August, 2016 - 6:55pm
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