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Dusky Lady Beetle? - Rhyzobius forestieri

Dusky Lady Beetle? - Rhyzobius forestieri
Lantzville, Nanaimo, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada
May 3, 2015
Size: 3.2mm
Found sitting on Red Alder Leaf

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Would be a first for Canada

One of those sorts
If you have specimen ID is very possible, see if you can get someone to check it out.

It looks quite like Rhyzobius forestieri, and Rhyzobius in general, but that's just an educated guess.

looks quite unusual...
neat thing.

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