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Photo#200687
Epipocus sp. - Epipocus unicolor

Epipocus sp. - Epipocus unicolor
Picture Rocks, NW of Tucson, Pima County, Arizona, USA
July 11, 2008
Size: 6mm

Moved tentatively -- i'm pretty sure Phil's right about species
Moved from Epipocus.

 
ID confirmad by F. W. Shockley: Epipocus unicolor
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or maybe
browse some Epipocus sp. - unicolor?

 
Epipocus
looks great, but there are at least six species that look like this one. Maybe someone could make a genus page!

 
Done and moved.
Great find Margarethe!

cool
I'm pretty sure it's in endomychidae, possibly Aphorista.

 
isn't this one clever endomychid!
what a treat!

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