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Photo#983096
815W02 - Amblycerus

815W02 - Amblycerus
Victoria, Victoria County, Texas, USA
August 15, 2014
Size: 6 mm
Attracted to light.
In rest position it hide his head under pronotum ( see photo ). The size, 6 mm, is for this position.

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Moved
Moved from Beetles.

Just a guess...
I had something similar ID'd as Amblycerus robiniae last month but it was such a strange little thing -- they may not be the same at all!

 
Thank you!
I think you have right, at least for the genus, Amblycerus.
If I'm not wrong, Mike Quinn has one more close to mine photo . But this one was not yet ID to species level.

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