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Anelaphus villosus

Anelaphus villosus
Groton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA
July 30, 2019

Moved
Moved from Anelaphus.
Thanks Robert.

Anelaphus villosus
The third antennal segment is slightly longer than the fourth in A. villosus, as in the image. In A. parallelus these segments are subequal. The coloration differs between the species (this is subtle and only becomes apparent once you've seen a bunch of them!) and A. villosus tends to fly a bit later in the season...

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