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corkscrew antennae, red & black, flower bug ?  - Collops

corkscrew antennae, red & black, flower bug ? - Collops
Sedona, Yavapai County, Arizona, USA
April 11, 2016
Many thanks for telling me what kind of insect this is...Denise K.

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corkscrew antennae, red & black, flower bug ?  - Collops corkscrew antennae, red & black, flower bug ?  - Collops

Moved, Collops indeed (a male, too)
Moved from ID Request.

 
Could it be a Collops vittatu
Could it be a Collops vittatus as posted by M. Quinn @: http://bugguide.net/node/view/842828 ?

 
good idea
a very common species in AZ. However there are a lot of look-alikes and I'd wait for a specialist to be sure.

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