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Arboreal Click Beetle - female

Arboreal Click Beetle - Female
near Francis Peak, Morgan County, Utah, USA
July 18, 2020
Size: about 18 - 20 mm
I found about 5 of these together at the bottom of a large pine tree. I didn't see any with the feathery antenna. They seemed more slender and softer elytra than most click beetles. I am thinking this is an arboreal click beetle in the genus Euthysanius. Am I correct? Any idea on the species? For me, this one is hard to tell.

Serropalpus, likely... no relation to elaterids
Moved from Beetles.

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