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Genus Lytta


Lytta


Lytta aenea --det. J.D. Pinto


May be L. aenea?


Lytta (Pomphopoea) sp.


Lytta sayi


Lytta sp.


Lytta aenea Say -- J.D. Pinto det.


Not an expert


Lytta


Pretty sure it's Lytta aenea


Lytta polita


Lytta polita


Lytta polita?


Black tarsi


Moved


Moved


Moved


Looks like Lytta aenea.


Or maybe...


Blister beetle


What about...


Moved, Lytta aenea (with Pedilus, as mentioned)


Moved, Lytta aenea vs. polita


Moved, Lytta aenea vs. polita


Moved, Lytta aenea vs. polita


Moved, Lytta aenea


Moved, thinking Lytta aenea


Moved, Lytta aenea


Lytta ?aenea


Lytta aenea


Lytta aenea is correct


Lytta aenea


Lytta aenea


Blister Beetle


Lytta aenea


Lytta aenea


Lytta aenea


Yes, Lytta aenea


i just found


Moved


check Lytta aenea


Rhagium inquisitor & Lytta aenea


Lytta aenea


Thanks


Lytta aenea, yes


Maybe...


seconded, Lytta aenea


Lytta aenea besieged by Pedilus... ??terminalis


Lytta aenea


Lytta aenea


Thank you very much, Eric.


Likely L. aenaea


I concur.


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