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Picture Rocks, Pima County, Arizona, USA
June 2, 2014

Moved from Darkling Beetles.

Yeah, this is Eupsophulus brevipennis
You can tell it's not Isomira by looking at the eyes, Isomira have large round eyes that bulge out more than Eupsophulus brevipennis.

Look at E. brevipennis
This is not even close. It was originally moved by mistake

After looking at it closer...
..I believe your right, the shape of the pronotum and the elytra don't match. Sorry for causing any confusion.

I am not that easily confused


Eupsophulus brevipennis Casey --det. J. Botz
Moved from Isomira.

Not this one??

Moved from ID Request.

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