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Ladybird beetle? - Chrysomela knabi

Ladybird beetle? - Chrysomela knabi
Flatirons Vista, Boulder County, Colorado, USA
May 21, 2016

Shawn Clark says, "probably the pale form of C. knabi"
Moved from Subgenus Macrolina.

Moved
Moved from Chrysomela.

Moved, Chrysomela it is (cool looking one too)
Moved from ID Request.

Resembles it doesn't it? :)
It's actually a leaf beetle - Chrysomelidae. The antennae, shape, and much else are different from a ladybug. It's probably genus Chrysomela, but let the experts say for sure.

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