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Photo#288058
Buprestid on dead mesquite branches - Paratyndaris olneyae

Buprestid on dead mesquite branches - Paratyndaris olneyae
Picture Rocks, NW of Tucson, Pima County, Arizona, USA
June 13, 2009
Size: 8 mm

Ancylotela/Paratyndaris??
total and complete merp indeed

 
Paratyndaris olneyae (Skinner
Paratyndaris olneyae (Skinner, 1903). Great pictures as always!

 
Thanks so much, Dennis

 
Ok I'll send it out to some specialists tonight

Merp? That is soooo cool! Awe
Merp? That is soooo cool! Awesome pic too!

 
Gee, Will,
give me the name if you know it - Merp doesn't get me anywhere!

 
I don't know what it is. Merp
I don't know what it is. Merp in this context is a form of being flabergasted and questioning=what the heck is that buprestid?

 
Not even my American born linguist husband
figured that out. How dissapointing (that you don't know either) I just found anotherone at the Arizona Sonora Desert Museum

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