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Photo#798753
Anisoxya sp.? - Phloiotrya fusca - female

Anisoxya sp.? - Phloiotrya fusca - Female
Groton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA
July 4, 2013
Size: 6.5mm

Phloiotrya fusca (LeConte), female
ID confirmed from specimen, now a photo-voucher. Thanks Tom. Length is about 6.5 mm to apex of elytra.

Antennomere shape is best fit for P. fusca over the other eastern species (P. concolor), which supposedly has more triangular antennomeres. Also see 798754.

Moved tentatively

 
ID confirmed by Darren Pollock

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