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Cantharid of sorts? - Rhagonycha fulva - female

Cantharid of sorts? - Rhagonycha fulva - Female
Enumclaw, King County, Washington, USA
July 24, 2017
Size: ~ 9 mm
Captured by Harmony Griswold. Believe this Cantharid is a (female)? Confirmation/correction, and further placement would be appreciated.

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Cantharid of sorts? - Rhagonycha fulva - female Cantharid of sorts? - Rhagonycha fulva - female Cantharid of sorts? - Rhagonycha fulva - female Cantharid of sorts? - Rhagonycha fulva - female

another eurotramp invading the PNW
Moved from Soldier Beetles.

 
Thank you V.....
wasn't what I was thinking...

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