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||Posted - 21/03/2020 : 14:31:20
I hope everyone is well.
Currently isolating with Coronavirus symptoms here just north of London!
Any help appreciated on beetles I will post in the coming days.
Data: 18-08-11 - Whitehouse - Texas - USA
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||Posted - 22/03/2020 : 05:58:46
Yes, Onciderini. Looks a little like Taricanus truquii, which was inexplicably reported from Texas in the 19th century, although nobody ever provided any further data, nor are there any preserved voucher specimens.
I have no doubt that your locality is erroneous. Or, somehow this beetle managed to get to Texas in an uncured piece of wood or some other act of commerce.
||Posted - 21/03/2020 : 18:50:41
With these hairy antennal segments I have a doubt about belonging to the Onciderini...