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Photo#478235
Deleaster

Deleaster
Pinery Canyon Road, Cochise County, Arizona, USA
July 24, 2010
Size: 7 mm
Can anyone confirm that this is D. trimaculatus, the only species listed for Arizona in American Beetles?

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Deleaster Deleaster

nice; Adam will come around...

 
Well... I think this is the b
Well... I think this is the best match for bugguide's sake, it's definitely NOT the European dichrous. However, to my knowledge, no one has ever looked at the Deleaster from the west in a modern revision. Maybe there are many species?

-Adam

 
Thanks
Thanks Adam, I wanted to make sure I wasn't missing a review of this group. This one doesn't really look like a trimaculatus, unless there are patern variations.

 
many species? that would be a Deseaster

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