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Wedge-shaped beetles: Ripiphorus diadasiae, maybe?  Both genders here; male is at top. - Ripiphorus sexdens - male - female

Wedge-shaped beetles: Ripiphorus diadasiae, maybe? Both genders here; male is at top. - Ripiphorus sexdens - Male Female
Santiago Oaks Regional Park, Orange, Orange County, California, USA
June 9, 2010
This shot serves as an intro to separate posts on both individuals:

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nice Chinese watercolor; easily diadasiae, but there are options
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Chinese Watercolor
Thanks, do you think I should have a little more negative space towards the lower right? Am now editing the images to construct two posts, based on head gear.

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