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Neocallotillus elegans (Erichson)  - Neocallotillus elegans

Neocallotillus elegans (Erichson) - Neocallotillus elegans
Santa Ana NWR, Alamo, Hidalgo County, Texas, USA
Det. J. Rifkind

coll'ed by J.E. Wappes, reared from Acacia, 1977

spmn in the TAMUIC

Looks rather similar to Xenorhipis osborni in both markings and pectinate antennae. Same host plant too. Coincedence?

Not too similar to Xenorhipis osborni to my eye...

Guess it was just the pectina
Guess it was just the pectinate antennae that caught my eye

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