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Dendroides or Neopyrochroa? - Neopyrochroa femoralis - male

Dendroides or Neopyrochroa? - Neopyrochroa femoralis - Male
Harvard, Worcester County, Massachusetts, USA
June 17, 2005
Size: about 14mm

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Dendroides or Neopyrochroa? - Neopyrochroa femoralis - male Dendroides or Neopyrochroa? - Neopyrochroa femoralis - male

Ken,
Thanks for the species identification.

Neopyrochroa male.
Dendroides are more delicate and have enormous, bulbous eyes.

 
Neopyrochroa
Now maybe we can get lucky, and it can be narrowed down to species. Thanks for all the help again Eric.

 
Neopyrochroa
The dark tibia would likely make this guy Neopyrochroa femoralis (LeConte). All orange legs would be N. flabellata (F.)

Cheers,

Ken Karns

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