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Photo#438658
False Click Beetle? - Hemicrepidius soccifer

False Click Beetle? - Hemicrepidius soccifer
Apache National Forest, Greenlee County, Arizona, USA
August 1, 2010
Meadow, on Hymenoxys hoopesii, about 8720 Ft. (2658m) elevation.

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False Click Beetle? - Hemicrepidius soccifer False Click Beetle? - Hemicrepidius soccifer

Moved tent.
This move may come back to haunt me, but I am fairly confident about it. I believe I can make out membranous tarsal pads. The color of this species if highly-variable. It's known from high-elevations in SE Arizona and adjacent NM (I collected it earlier this year in the Chiracahua Mnts).

See the type here.

Moved from Prosternini.

 
Gutsy Call
Thanks.

 
the genus is sound even if the species might not be :)

Moved
Moved from Beetles.

something in the Prosternini, i suppose

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