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Photo#229539
Xenox sp. - Xenox

Xenox sp. - Xenox
Box Canyon, Pima County, Arizona, USA
September 27, 2008

Xenox
This is Xenox, but not tigrinus. There are a couple of possibilities in AZ (xylocopae and habrosus), but you would need a better shot of the venation to know which this is.

Your ID is solid
Based on wing veins and overall look.

(Written later) Ken, Joel is an expert, and I'm not.

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