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Photo#747590
Euwallacea - Euwallacea interjectus

Euwallacea - Euwallacea interjectus
McMinnville, Warren County, Tennessee, USA
June 18, 2012
Size: 3.7mm

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Moved
Moved from Euwallacea validus.

I would suggest Euwallacea interjectus
The evenly arcuate dorsal outline of the elytra is characteristic for E. interjectus as are the nearly imperceptible denticles on the elytral declivity.

 
I agree Robert
Good catch

excellent. thanks again, colleagues.
Moved from ID Request.

Diamond Shaped Pronotum
Looks closer to a Euwallacea validus
(1)

 
Ahhh...
I still don't see the pronotum being wider than long (Arnett), but I now see that the posterolateral margin of the declivity is certainly subacutely elevated (Rabaglia '06). Euwallacea it is, thank you sir!

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