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Short Gray-Hairy, Crimson-Brown Oedemeridae? - Aneflus prolixus

Short Gray-Hairy, Crimson-Brown Oedemeridae? - Aneflus prolixus
Florida Canyon Station, Santa Rita Experimental Range, Pima County, Arizona, USA
July 25, 2013

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Short Gray-Hairy, Crimson-Brown Oedemeridae? - Aneflus prolixus Short Gray-Hairy, Crimson-Brown Oedemeridae? - Aneflus prolixus Short Gray-Hairy, Crimson-Brown Oedemeridae? - Aneflus prolixus Short Gray-Hairy, Crimson-Brown Oedemeridae? - Aneflus prolixus

Moved
Moved from Aneflus.

Moved
Moved from Elaphidiini.

 
Aneflus
I believe this is Aneflus prolixus fisheri Knull.

 
Thanks, Art
I guess that's a "second" for the tentative ID given earlier by =v= under the 1st image in this series.

Note that Alice's post below shows the same individual:



I'll make a page for Aneflus prolixus fisheri Knull, and move the images of this indivudual there.

Also, Alice and others photographed what appears to be the same species at the Canoas rest stop off I-19:



The Canoas rest stop off I-19 is also the location for the single current post under Aneflus prolixus by Margarethe:


I'm wondering if Margarethe's is also A. prolixus fisheri...or if that more black form is perhaps a different subspecies?

 
Canoas rest stop
Hi Aaron,
Art was going through my beetle photos on flickr and ID'd my Canoas Rest Stop beetle you linked as A. prolixus fisheri as well.

 
Great!
Good to get this one to (sub!)species...it's a neat looking cerambycid.

 
Spoke too soon
I can't find an email to confirm, so I may have miss-remembered, I moved them back to the genus to be safe. Sorry :o(

 
OK, no biggie
...but I'm guessing your move to A. prolixus fisheri will turn out to have been correct :-)

Moved
Moved from Beetles.

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