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31May2017.BF.P.coleo2 - Dicaelus elongatus

31May2017.BF.P.coleo2 - Dicaelus elongatus
3.5 km east-northeast of New Bloomfield, Callaway County, Missouri, USA
May 31, 2017
Size: 18 mm
Dicaelus sp?

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31May2017.BF.P.coleo2 - Dicaelus elongatus 31May2017.BF.P.coleo2 - Dicaelus elongatus

Another D. elongatus
Same as , from same site.
Moved from ID Request.

 
Oops
Yea this makes sense. I can't see the pronotal setae which is apparent under a scope. My bad!

 
Yes,
this is another specimen. I have a few others that clearly seem to be Dicaelus, but I don't feel confident assessing species. Thanks to both of you.

Dicaelus furvus?
Certainly Dicaelus. The long extension of the humeral carina to nearly the apex of the elytra point towards Dicaelus furvus.

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