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Photo#528686
Scarab - Phyllophaga crenulata - male

Scarab - Phyllophaga crenulata - Male
Columbia, Boone County, Missouri, USA
May 30, 2011
Size: 18 mm
Came to a light. Maybe some of the details can help out.

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Scarab - Phyllophaga crenulata - male Scarab - Phyllophaga crenulata - male Scarab - Phyllophaga crenulata - male Scarab - Phyllophaga crenulata - male Scarab - Phyllophaga crenulata - male

Moved
Moved from May Beetles.

Phyllophaga crenulata, male, confirmed by examination of genitalia. Now a photo-voucher. Thanks Andrew.

Moved
Moved from Scarab Beetles.

Phyllophaga sp.
One of the setose species. Can you count antennal segments (9 vs 10)?

If you have interest in submitting voucher specimens for this difficult group, please feel free to contact me. I'm taking over the Phyllophaga photo-voucher project from Blaine.

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