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Auger Beetle


I'm thinking this is a Bostrichidae, an Auger Beetle, but I can't find one like this one. The closest is a species of Xylobiops, but not the same….. ( The antennae are really bizarre. About 5 mm long.


Came to an ultraviolet light. Finca Argovia, Ruta de Cafe, Soconusco area of southern Chiapas, Mexico. About 1 hour northeast of Tapachula.

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thaptor 3 years ago

Antennae should have told you (general weevil-type) :-)

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Chiapas, Mexico

Spotted on Nov 20, 2015
Submitted on Apr 3, 2016

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