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Fall Fund Drive


Los Alamos County, New Mexico, USA
July 1, 2016
Size: ~ 5mm

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Coccinellidae Coccinellidae Coccinellidae Coccinellidae Coleoptera Coleoptera

I can't name this one
Based on the head it seems like it should belong in Sticholotidinae, but 5mm is double the size of most species in that subfamily. I can't think of a genus that has that pronotum shape in combination with a narrow body and a fairly hemispherical body form.

And most importantly it is completely hairless on the pronotum and elytra? That's strange.

Moved from Beetles.

Moved from ID Request.

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