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Photo#464069
Aderid - male

Aderid - Male
Huachuca Mountains, Cochise County, Arizona, USA
September 23, 2010
Size: 1.9mm
Beaten from branches of Quercus sp. tree.

All pics taken with automontage system. Actual montaging done with CombineZP.

I keyed it to Vanonus using Werner 1990. Corrections and further identification welcome.

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Aderid - male Aderid - male Aderid - male Aderid - male

Moved
Moved from Vanonus.

Floyd Werner
believed this to be an undescribed genus and species.

 
Thanks
Thanks Don,

Gives me all the more incentive to go back next year. It was a fantastic spot, even so late (?) in the season. Beat a lot of trees around this area, but only came up with the one. Maybe if I go a tad earlier next time.

Do you have any dates for existing specimens?

 
Looks like one of the species
Looks like one of the species I'm working on from Floyd Werner's collection...I'll check it out.

 
awesome -- thanks

 
now isn't that sweet...
thanks, Jeff and Don -- great stuff.

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Looks somewhat similar to Xylophilus bicolor here. I have no idea where the species currently resides (genus) or what the range is. Looks close though.

 
would be nice--
although i suspect the species may have been reassigned to some other genus since

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