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Click Beetle - Ex-ctenicera signaticollis

Click Beetle - Ex-ctenicera signaticollis
Peachtree Corners, Gwinnett County, Georgia, USA
May 12, 2018
Size: about 12 mm
Click Beetle...maybe something in Genus Athous (?)

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Click Beetle - Ex-ctenicera signaticollis Click Beetle - Ex-ctenicera signaticollis

Moved, crap sorry for that hasty move!
I had to study the images more closely (they are a bit dark) then it dawned on me what this is LOL.

Moved from Athous neacanthus.

 
Thanks.
I lightened both images a bit and re-posted them. Hope this helps distinguish them a little better. Really appreciate your help :)

Moved, Athous neacanthus
Can't 100% rule-out A. acanthus, but Gwinnett Co. is a bit far south for acanthus, which in GA is usually restricted to the Blue Ridge Mountains.

Moved from Beetles.

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