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Aethecerinus latecinctus

Aethecerinus latecinctus
San Bernardino County, California, USA
June 20, 2006
also found on the same desert milkweed.

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Aethecerinus latecinctus Aethecerinus latecinctus

Aethecerinus latecinctus (Horn, 1880)
Although its aspect, similar to Eburia , this longhorn belongs to the tribe Trachyderini.
This species is widespread in southwestern USA (California, Arizona), northern Mexico and Baja California.

 
does it have color variations
does it have color variations?

 
yes,
all Trachyderini are typically more or less variable.
You can check the three Aethecerinus species (with some variations) at: http://plant.cdfa.ca.gov/byciddb/thumb.asp?g=Aethecerinus

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