Not much for me to help with - the longhorn is indeed Susuacanga ulkei - used to be in the genus Eburia. The other is correct too - Temnoscheila sp., of which there are at least a couple of species in Arizona too similar for me to try an ID from an image...
The Susuacanga ulkei is 29 mm long. I collected it in Rock Corral Canyon which is similar habitat and location to California Gulch. The Temnoscheila sp. was collected in Box Canyon. This was my third trip to Arizona to collect and it is amazing how each time I find a lot of different species of both moths and beetles. Each time I have tried a couple of different spots which is probably why I have been successful.
Post by bethanyfarah on Nov 17, 2020 8:07:38 GMT -8
Chris your beetles are so lovely! Ive never seen those species before and I've lived in Arizona my whole life. This isn't totally surprising as we are one of the most specious places on the entire planet, but it's still surprising how much is out there to be discovered. How do you go about catching your beetles?