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Male, Sphaenothecus bilineatus? - Sphaenothecus bilineatus - male

Male, Sphaenothecus bilineatus? - Sphaenothecus bilineatus - Male
Nogales, Santa Cruz County, Arizona, USA
November 5, 2023
Size: 12 mm
Body: 12 mm
Antennae: 36 mm each
I believe this is a male based on the long antennae (released after photo)
Coordinates: 31.335433, -110.938354
Elevation: 1,197 m
October 8, 2017
Many of these beetles were found on Baccharis sarothroides (desert broom) flowers
Approximately 1/4 of the beetles were engaged in reproductive activities
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