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ID Please - Anthrenus verbasci

ID Please - Anthrenus verbasci
Cobb County/Marietta County, Georgia, USA
April 1, 2007
Size: 2mm
I looked through over 300 pages, but didn't know where to start. I'd thought maybe a form of leaf hopper, or weevil.

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ID Please - Anthrenus verbasci ID Please - Anthrenus verbasci

Moved
Moved from carpet beetles.

Dermestid
A dermestid beetle, genus Anthrenus. Often called carpet beetles as their larvae tend to eat natural materials such as wool, dead insects, and foodstuffs. Adults can often be found outside on various flowers.

 
Thanks! This was the first on
Thanks! This was the first one I'd ran across, and didn't have a clue.

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