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Large Heterocerid? - Heterocerus

Large Heterocerid? - Heterocerus
Limestone Canyon, Orange County, California, USA
July 29, 2017
This one was notably larger than the other Heterocerids on the sheet. The elytra pattern was nearly invisible until it raised them to take flight.

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Large Heterocerid? - Heterocerus Large Heterocerid? - Heterocerus

yeah, some spp. have such supermacho forms

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