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Another Brachiacantha sp. on the same oak branch - Brachiacantha uteella

Another Brachiacantha sp. on the same oak branch - Brachiacantha uteella
Mt. Lemmon, Catalinas, Pima County, Arizona, USA
June 28, 2017

Moved
Moved from Lady Beetles.

If Brachiacantha, then should be uteella
There is also Hypearspis levrati, but that would not have the spine on the tibia. Did you notice if it had this feature?

 
I've come to the same conclusion
and yes it's Brachiacantha, I see the spur (specimen in hand), and I know Hyperaspis levrati

 
Great!

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