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Capraita sp - Capraita

Capraita sp - Capraita
Middleburg, Clay County, Florida, USA
April 8, 2010
Size: 5.5mm
Light trap. Keys out in Am. Beetles, Vol 2, Pgs 629-633 (1,58,59,62,63,65) as a Capraita.
Eight species in FL, only three of which are in the Guide. My new references have not yet
arrived, so putting this up for the experts to pick from C. indigoptera, C. quercata,
C. saltator, C. scalaris or C. spilonota

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C. scalaris
Keys out to C. scalaris in Ciegler (2007); not sure if it could be a FL endemic though that is not covered by that reference.

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