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Cryptocphalinae on Fairy duster - Pseudochlamys semirufescens

Cryptocphalinae on Fairy duster - Pseudochlamys semirufescens
Duquesne Rd, Santa Cruz County, Arizona, USA
June 26, 2010
Size: 4 m
Reminds me of Chlamisini
Exclusively on Fairy Duster

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Cryptocphalinae on Fairy duster - Pseudochlamys semirufescens Cryptocephalinae on Fairy duster - Pseudochlamys semirufescens

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Moved from ID Request.

no evidence, just a suspicion: Pseudochlamys semirufescens

 
Pseudochlamys semirufescens
Almost no doubt it's this sp...

 
the push i needed...
thanks much, Mike

 
All right!
good instincts, Vassili! I've found images of the genus, but not of the sp on the net

 
You seem to agree
that it resembles the warty guys.

 
no doubt it's a chalimisine

 
Hmmmm....
I have doubts...but the antennae look good for that tribe...interesting, I am not familiar with this guys from my AZ days.

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