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Life Cycle and Larval Morphology of Diomus terminatus (Coleoptera:Coccinellidae) and Its Potential ...


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Diomus terminatus


Thanks John


Yes, D. terminatus


Diomus terminatus


looks like another Diomus ter


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Diomus terminatus (Say), male


Diomus terminatus (Say), female


Diomus terminatus (Say)


Diomus terminatus (Say)


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Diomus terminatus (Say), female


Diomus?


Looks like...


Moved, consider also Diomus terminatus


Moved, Diomus terminatus


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Any chance of seeing the postcoxal line?


Moved, Diomus terminatus


Gestalt looks like Diomus terminatus to me, personally


Life cycles


How was the ID determined?


thinking Diomus terminatus


Moved, Diomus terminatus


Would say Diomus terminatus


Diomus terminatus


Moved, possible Diomus terminatus(?)


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Coccinellidae, Diomus terminatus???


Diomus terminatus (Say), male


Diomus terminatus (Say)


Diomus terminatus (Say)


Diomus terminatus (Say)


Diomus terminatus (Say), male


Moved


probably Diomus terminatus


try Diomus terminatus


Tentatively...


the walking image most helpful.


Coccinellidae: Scymninae: Diomus terminatus


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