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Typocerus (zebra?) - Typocerus zebra

Typocerus (zebra?) - Typocerus zebra
Oakman/Ranger, Gordon County, Georgia, USA
May 26, 2018
A pair mating on Carolina rose (Rosa carolina) at the edge of a dense mixed hardwood/coniferous forest in NW Georgia (Gordon County), US. Elytra taper to a point posteriorly.

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Typocerus zebra
I can't see any reason why this is not zebra. Well-marked individuals of Typocerus badius look similar, but the humaral yellow band is at most a rounded spot in badius, not elongate like the one in your photo, which is typical of zebra.

 
Thanks!
I'm definitely not experienced in this area, so I appreciate the confirmation and explanation!

Typocerus sp.

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