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Photo#943137
teneb - Eupsophulus brevipennis

teneb - Eupsophulus brevipennis
Picture Rocks, Pima County, Arizona, USA
June 20, 2014

Moved
Moved from Eupsophulus.

thanks, Jason
Moved from Darkling Beetles.

 
I posted this one
because I see a difference between the earlier, very common Eusopholus sp. and these. These are much smaller, the elytra more sculpted and the legs not reddish but grey. I see this difference every year
So there may be 2 spp of Eusopholus at my black light

 
more details please
It may definitely be a species not yet in the guide. There are two spp. known in North America. Could you put "much smaller" into more absolute terms? Also, are there rows of erect setae (more than 2x as long as the confused, appressed setae) on the elytra?

 
Yes
there are straight setae check out this one:
size around 9 to 12 mm.

 
Eupsophulus brevipennis Casey
Thanks for the details! New species for the guide.

Eupsophulus sp.


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Moved from ID Request.

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please...
...next time you delete a duplicate, delete the second copy, not the one posted first [i send the link to a colleague, and it went blank]

 
Oops so sorry
So can I still hope for a response?

 
mais certainement
i sent him this one after he complained about the dead one

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