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And the answer is... - Tritoma unicolor

And the answer is... - Tritoma unicolor
Nashua, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, USA
September 4, 2007
Size: about 5 mm
Here is one that eclosed earlier and consequently has darker colors. I recently found two more pupae in the small soil-bottomed container from which I had pulled 19 others. I obviously missed them first time through.

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Moved
Moved from Tritoma tenebrosa.

Tritoma unicolor
I just double-checked the determination, and I would say T. unicolor is correct now.

 
oopsie :-)
Okay, I'll send them where they belong. Thanks, Don.

Moved
Moved from Beetles.

Erotylidae: Tritoma tenebrosa
You have photographed this one before. As I recall, it isn't common, and so I wouldn't mind having the specimen.

 
I thought I recognized it
(see text here). I think I can afford to load you up with them. If I remember to, I'll bring you a vial Saturday.

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