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March-0BG.J.2015.03 - Dorcaschema cinereum

March-0BG.J.2015.03 - Dorcaschema cinereum
March, Dallas County, Missouri, USA
June 21, 2015
Size: 8.0 mm
At mercury vapor light.

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March-0BG.J.2015.03 - Dorcaschema cinereum March-0BG.J.2015.03 - Dorcaschema cinereum

Dorcaschema cinerea
The exceptionally long antennae, and especially the flattened protibiae help separate this species from look-alikes like Hebestola. This specimen has just a hint of the two black dots on the elytra that show up in some specimens, seemingly more often in the southern parts of the range.

 
thanks for setting me straight, Bob

Moved
Moved from Hebestola nebulosa.

Moved tentatively; cool beast!

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