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Unusual Euphoria - Euphoria quadricollis - female

Unusual Euphoria - Euphoria quadricollis - Female
Montezuma Pass, Huachucas, Cochise County, Arizona, USA
July 30, 2010
Pattern of pronotum and legs is different from E. sepulcralis. It also behaved differently. In an oak/juniper area


Moved from Euphoria. This species is recorded from AZ. Color pattern highly variable but this lies within range.

Could it be E. quadricollis?
I've seen E. arizonica (synonym) that look just like it

Confirmed by Bill Warner

Yes, I have the record for the sp from AZ and I have photos of white-patterned ones and all black ones from Pat Sullivan's collection. This is a nice in-between to those. It's the first life AZ one I've seen.

Moved from ID Request.

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