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Anelaphus sp. - Anelaphus piceum

Anelaphus sp. - Anelaphus piceum
Picture Rocks, NW of Tucson, Pima County, Arizona, USA
April 15, 2010
Size: 9.8 mm
This Cerambycid looks very much like the A. subdepressum that is our most common one here, but it lacks the four light spots on the pronotum and the light band across the elytra that all specimens of A. subdepressum had.

Moved from Anelaphus.

Moved from Elaphidiini.

Anelaphus piceum (Chemsak)
is Fred's suggestion, but not definite because he hasn't seen the specimen itself yet

any updates?

This is Anelaphus piceum
This is Anelaphus piceum

perfect, thanks!

looks a lot like your A. hoferi to me

otherwise i totally agree with Blaine's general characterization of AZ situation :)

Moved from ID Request.

Elaphidiini in AZ
are a very diverse group...uggh, I need comparative material for this one, which I do not have anymore...Someone should bring it home, though!

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