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Photo#225200
Anelaphus ?? - Parelaphidion aspersum

Anelaphus ?? - Parelaphidion aspersum
south Austin, Travis County, Texas, USA
September 1, 2008
Size: ~1.5cm
At lights in small mesic patch under oaks, willows, and pecan...

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Parelaphidion aspersum (Haldeman)  - Parelaphidion aspersum Anelaphus ?? - Parelaphidion aspersum

Moved
Moved from Parelaphidion.

Moved
Moved from Longhorned Beetles.

I agree...
...with Parelaphidion, but the antennae are missing the terminal segments. Their length if were they complete would suggest this is P. aspersum.

ID
Hard to say exactly, but it appears to be close to Parelaphidion incertum.

 
Parelaphidion yes
Parelaphidion yes but impossible to say aspersum vs incertum without the antennae intact.

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