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Blister beetle - Pyrota palpalis

Blister beetle - Pyrota palpalis
Carrizo, Navaho County, Arizona, USA
August 22, 2008
Size: more than 1 cm
At M. V. lights

Pyrota palpalis Champion
John Pinto det.
Moved from Pyrota.

Pyrota sp.
I think there may be more than one Arizona species with this pattern.

Pyrota mylabrina
Pyrota mylabrina

Thanks, Dennis
what's the significant difference between this one and P. papalis?

I really wanted to call it Charly Brown Blister Beetle - P. papalis!

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