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Scymnus? - Rhyzobius forestieri

Scymnus? - Rhyzobius forestieri
Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz County, California, USA
April 28, 2015
Size: ~3mm
I've seen them waxy, but not so fuzzy!

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Scymnus? - Rhyzobius forestieri Scymnus? - Rhyzobius forestieri

Moved

I would suggest Rhyzobius forestieri
the different hair lengths are visible, and it has the roughly X-shaped dark area at the basal third of the elytra which should be diagnostic to that group.

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Moved from Scymnus.

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Moved from Lady Beetles.

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