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Very large beetle, perhaps largest beetle in the U.S. Male has relatively narrow body but very broad antennae.
Attracted to lights in highly urbanized area of Tucson, Arizona. Typical habitat is very dry Sonoran Desert with host tree (palo verde), mesquite, cacti.
Formerly, this species was known as Derobrachus geminatus.