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bug, black on Goldeneye - Cradytes longicollis

bug, black on Goldeneye - Cradytes longicollis
between Sedona and Cottonwood, Yavapai County, Arizona, USA
October 3, 2016
These bugs certainly seemed to like the pollen. Thanks a bunch for your help....Denise K.

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bug, black on Goldeneye - Cradytes longicollis bug, black on Goldeneye - Cradytes longicollis bug, black on Goldeneye - Cradytes longicollis

Moved, Cradytes longicollis
Moved from Dasytinae.

bug, black on goldeneye
Based on its appearance in the Fall, and the elongate pronotum of the male, this is Cradytes longicollis. The species is common in Arizona and New Mexico, and often occurs in large numbers on Fall blooming composites.

 
Thanks a bunch...since they'r
Thanks a bunch...since they're so common,it's odd there aren't a lot of them in BG ?

Moved for expert review to Dasytinae
Moved from ID Request.

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