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Family Lycidae - Net-winged Beetles


Beetle - Plateros Plateros unknown beetle - Plateros Plateros sp. - Plateros Plateros Plateros Net-winged Beetle - Plateros - female Plateros? - Plateros

Erotides sculptilis Dictyopterus? - Dictyoptera simplicipes BG1613 E0214 - Eros humeralis Golden Net-wing Beetle - Dictyoptera aurora Dictyopterus--which? - Dictyoptera simplicipes Black lycid - Erotides sculptilis Dictyoptera simplicipes? - Dictyoptera simplicipes Lopheros fraternus

7009186 - Lygistopterus rubripennis Calochromus slevini Van Dyke - Calochromus slevini Beetle or ? - Lygistopterus rubripennis Plateros - Calochromus perfacetus odd lycid? Calochromus?? - Calochromus  On Ceanothus at about 8000 feet - Lygistopterus ignitus Lycidae - Lygistopterus rubripennis Net-winged Beetle - Calochromus

Banded Net-wing - Calopteron reticulatum All grown up! - Lycus sanguineus Moth - Calopteron terminale Banded Net-wing - Calopteron reticulatum Calopteron discrepans or reticulatum? - Calopteron Caenia dimidiata Calopteron terminale Netwing sex - Calopteron - male - female