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Photo#541852
Black headed, red and bronze fuzzy beetle. - Pedilus inconspicuus

Black headed, red and bronze fuzzy beetle. - Pedilus inconspicuus
Big Basin Redwoods State park, HQ area, Santa Cruz County, California, USA
June 11, 2011
Size: between 5-15 mm?

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Black headed, red and bronze fuzzy beetle. - Pedilus inconspicuus Black headed, red and bronze fuzzy beetle. - Pedilus inconspicuus

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Pedilus inconspicuus (Horn)
Best guess would be Pedilus inconspicuus (Horn) from what I can see [and can't see] and considering the location. I guess George Horn came up with a great specific epithet for this one (although the male genitalia are very diagnostic).

 
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Thank you!

 
cool. thanks, Dan.

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