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Oncideres? - Oncideres

Oncideres? - Oncideres
Madera Canyon - Mt. Wrightson picnic area, Santa Cruz County, Arizona, USA
September 13, 2016
Size: ~ 12.5 mm
Came to U/V lights, believe this to be an Oncideres and more specifically Oncideres quercus? Confirmation/correction, and further placement would be appreciated.

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How about Oncideres rhodosticta
Very common species at that period of the year in Arizona.

 
That was my first
thought, but it seemed to be missing those distinctive three black dots on thorax. And the antennae has those bristles all over them like O. quercus.

 
I was favoring rhodosticta...
but just not sure

Moved, genus is sound...not sure about species

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