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Female ox - Strategus cessus - female

Female ox - Strategus cessus - Female
Top parking lot, Madera Canyon, Santa Cruz County, Arizona, USA
July 26, 2013
Size: ~40mm
Many of these flew in. Robyn listed hers as S.aloeus. Were they all the same species? gathering_2013

Moved
Moved from Scarab Beetles.

Strategus cessus
darker, smaller more narrow in front, wider towards the back. Males and females look alike, no horns

 
Should we delete the gender symbol then?
We were just assuming a female because it didn't have horns.

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