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Pseudomasaris coquilletti - male

Pseudomasaris coquilletti - Male
Claremont, Robert J. Bernard Field Station, Los Angeles County, California, USA
April 29, 2007

Yes, it is
P. coquilletti. Antennal segments VI-VII widening gradually to a club less well-defined than in most spp. of Pseudomasaris are diagnostic.
Thanks for posting this, Jonathan!
P.S. 05/01/10 - Saw both coquilletti and edwardsii females today in a Phacelia patch near the buildings. Also briefly observed a male coquilletti, but didn't manage to take a photo of that one.

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