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Possible Cantharid ? - Distremocephalus californicus - male

Possible Cantharid ? - Distremocephalus californicus - Male
Mokelumne River, Amador County, California, USA
August 19, 1965
Size: ~5mm
Found in early part of collection, and know it was misidentified. Any help appreciated...other views to follow.

Thanks,

Gary

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Possible Cantharid ? - Distremocephalus californicus - male Possible Cantharid ? - Distremocephalus californicus - male Possible Cantharid ? - Distremocephalus californicus - male Possible Cantharid ? - Distremocephalus californicus - male

Moved
Moved from Glowworm Beetles.

Moved
Moved from Beetles.

I am buried too deep in click beetles now to look into this more, but this should at least be a starting point for you or others to ID further :)

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