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Photo#312836
beetle with hi-tech antennae - Collops nigriceps - male

beetle with hi-tech antennae - Collops nigriceps - Male
Baiting Hollow, Suffolk County, New York, USA
July 30, 2009

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beach beetle with hi-tech antennae - Collops nigriceps - male beach beetle with hi-tech antennae - Collops nigriceps - male beetle with hi-tech antennae - Collops nigriceps - male

Photos Identified as Collops nigriceps.
Only the photos showing specimens with a black mark on the pronotum are Collops nigriceps. Note the relatively large 4th antennal segment of the male in the photo above. All photos labeled C. nigriceps in which the pronotum is immaculate (all red or orange) are Collops tricolor (Say).

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