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Photo#160575
Bolbelasmus hornii - male

Bolbelasmus hornii - Male
Ash Mountain, Tulare County, California, USA
February 6, 1982
The female lacks the prominent horn.

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Bolbelasmus hornii - male Bolbelasmus hornii - male

Hmmm
This insect was collected before I was born...

got Bolborhombus?
only genus left in subfamily

 
I have a series of Bolbocerat
I have a series of Bolboceratinae from Madera Canyon, AZ that I don't see represented on this site. If I took good pictures of them do you think someone could give an identification. I assume that Bolborhombus would be found in the southwestern USA.

 
sure
post 'em. You assume correctly. Compare to Bolborhombus sallaei (look on pg 217)

Moved
Moved from Bolboceratinae.

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