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This is probably a male of Monophylla californica - Monophylla californica

This is probably a male of Monophylla californica - Monophylla californica
Tucson Mountain Park, Pima County, Arizona, USA
March 31, 2009
Size: 5 mm
- I saw the huge antenna that looked like mule ears, but somehow they broke of when I collected the guy. It was so windy that the insitu shot did not turn out ]:.

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This is probably a male of Monophylla californica - Monophylla californica This is probably a male of Monophylla californica - Monophylla californica

Monophylla californica. Neat bug
Jacques Rifkind det.

 
Thanks for the confirmation!
Now I hope that I'll find another one and get it photographed in one piece.

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