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Photo#248257
74411 - Cymatodera

74411 - Cymatodera
Tucson, Arizona, USA
May 8, 1992
Size: >1/2?
Cymatodera Clerid?

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Well, I have to concur:
Cymatodera. That terminal antennomere says it all.

Rob,
any chance you could do blow-ups of the antennal terminus and the elytral punctation, especially posterior half? I just want to verify for myself that this is Cymatodera rather than Leconte*lla.

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Moved
Moved from Beetles.

Could also be Lecon*tella,
a similar though less speciose genus. E.G. http://bugguide.net/node/view/72885

Cymatodera; opinion of Jacques Rifkind:
"any one of a number of similar looking species"

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