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Disonycha fumata (J. L. LeConte) - Disonycha fumata

Disonycha fumata (J. L. LeConte) - Disonycha fumata
Welder Wildlife Refuge, Sinton, San Patricio County, Texas, USA
April 24, 2010
Det. E. G. Riley, 2010

spmn in the TAMUIC

by length of antennae
this shouldn't be D. fumata - not at all reach middle of elytra, ratio length of 4th joint to third about 1.5.
Another male here, however, in which elytral puncturation clearly is as described, also had ratio = 1.5.



Moved from Beetles.

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