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Mating, Macrodactylus uniformis? - Macrodactylus uniformis - male - female

Mating, Macrodactylus uniformis? - Macrodactylus uniformis - Male Female
Madera Canyon, Santa Cruz County, Arizona, USA
July 22, 2020
I included the leaves in this picture in case someone can identify the plant. However, this might not be the beetle's preferred host because the plant shown in the comment below sustained more feeding damage and had more beetles on it as well. Both plants were in close proximity (almost entangled)

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Mating, Macrodactylus uniformis? - Macrodactylus uniformis - male - female Mating, Macrodactylus uniformis? - Macrodactylus uniformis - male - female Mating, Macrodactylus uniformis? - Macrodactylus uniformis - male - female Mating, Macrodactylus uniformis? - Macrodactylus uniformis - male - female Mating, Macrodactylus uniformis? - Macrodactylus uniformis - male - female Mating, Macrodactylus uniformis? - Macrodactylus uniformis - male - female Mating, Macrodactylus uniformis? - Macrodactylus uniformis - male - female

Moved
Moved from Scarab Beetles.

This plant sustained much greater damage
than the plant shown above and had many more beetles mating on it


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