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Cryptorhynchinae - Episcirrus brachialis

Cryptorhynchinae - Episcirrus brachialis
Brown Canyon, Pima County, Arizona, USA
July 20, 2018
Size: 10 mm
Attracted to mercury vapor and ultraviolet lights
Coordinates: 31.763970, -111.541457

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Moved tentatively; hope Bob chimes in
actually, this things shows up at my porch lights every now and then -- but looks kinda different on the wall... or pinned

Moved from Snout and Bark Beetles.

 
Episcirrus brachialis
Yes that looks like Episcirrus brachialis. Males have longer front legs than females.

 
thanks again, Bob

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