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Photo#410480
Strangalia famelica  ? - Strangalia famelica - male

Strangalia famelica ? - Strangalia famelica - Male
Marquette, Clayton County, Iowa, USA
June 4, 2010
Size: 12.3mm
Collected at Bloody Run County Park along with 10 other species feeding on Cornus flowers within a 30 meter
radius. The female was only 7.5mm. If correct, a data point entry for Iowa/June.

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Strangalia famelica  ? - Strangalia famelica - male Strangalia familica ? - Strangalia famelica - male

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male S. famelica --det. Doug Yanega
his comment: "Neither solitaria nor acuminata have marks in the middle of the elytra, and acuminata has the legs completely dark. All three species can potentially have a dark pronotum; the pronotum is only helpful in diagnosis when it is NOT dark."
Moved from Strangalia acuminata.

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must be it

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