Male Cedar Beetle - Callirrhipis marmorea
This Cedar Beetle - Callirrhipis marmorea was a cool find and only saw it once but 2 of them on the same night walk.
As I tried to take picture of it, it flew away and landed on my left hand. That was quite a challenge to take a pic of it with one hand on a dSLR on a macro setting.
Was very lucky to see him with the antennae all opened up in a fan like display as they don't do that all the time. I looked up online about them, and most pictures are of it with the antennae folded but can still see that it is not just a single stalk. Since this is a male, they probably use the antennae as a way to attracts the females or using the antennae to 'feel/smell' for pheromones.