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False Long-horn? - Grammoptera subargentata

False Long-horn? - Grammoptera subargentata
Sipapu, Taos County, New Mexico, USA
June 27, 2008
Size: ~7mm
On a white flowering plant. My first thought was a Long-jointed beetle but, the pronotum and the setae through it off.

must be subargentata... nothing false about it :]

honestly looks like a 'true' one to me...
possibly in Lepturini.

it sure fooled me. Going through my collection I just found another one that I had placed with the Lepturinae, silly me.

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