with it's antennae broken off and tips of wings sticking out?
This was found in a rearing jar of Dryiniidae (on Bruchomorpha sp.) Host plants for the Bruchomoprha were collected from Woodbury, Plymouth and Winneshiek Counties so I don't know which county was the origination of this little beetle. August and September, 2014
Contributed by MJ Hatfield on 13 December, 2014 - 7:33pm Last updated 25 December, 2014 - 12:35pm
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