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Tillinae - Cymatodera fuchsii

Tillinae - Cymatodera fuchsii
El Paso, El Paso County, Texas, USA
July 30, 2016
Attracted to mercury vapor light at McKelligon Canyon, El Paso, TX 79904. Coordinates: 31.843501, -106.490261

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Moved
Moved from Cymatodera.

Moved, must be a Cymatodera
Lecontella has an elongated terminal antennomere.

Moved from Beetles.

 
Cymatodera fuchsii
Cymatodera fuchsii

 
Thank you Blaine!
I thought it was Lecontella simply based on coloration and the constricted posterior of the pronotum, but I failed to go to the info section for Lecontella to find: "...very similar to Cymatodera, but with male terminal antennomere more elongated." Now I am sure it is Cymatodera, but I have not found a species on BugGuide that looks exactly like this entry. Blaine, I appreciate your kind help identifying this critter.

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