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Photo#515452
False Blister Beetle - Xanthochroa lateralis

False Blister Beetle - Xanthochroa lateralis
Mobile (Dog River), Mobile County, Alabama, USA
May 12, 2011
Looks similar to the blister I recently posted, except the pronotum markings are different from Pseudozonitis longicornis. Also the pronotum appear to be more concave the convex. What might it be? Thanks

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False Blister Beetle - Xanthochroa lateralis False Blister Beetle - Xanthochroa lateralis

Moved tentatively
Moved from Xanthochroa.

Moved very tentatively; a worthy find
pls make sure to photograph everything that looks +-like this... dying to see a mugshot (shape of the eye, the muzzle, etc.)

Moved from False Blister Beetles.

 
I Shalt
I shalt commit my weekend to that end, plus a few Bug Shooters (Everclear + some exotic bug)

Moved
Moved from Beetles.

family Oedemeridae
not a true blister beetle

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