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Leaf Beetle - Bassareus mammifer

Leaf Beetle - Bassareus mammifer
Duluth, Fulton County, Georgia, USA
August 9, 2004
ID based on similar species in Dillon and Dillon (1). White says there are 71 species of Cryptocephalus that can often be identified by the patterns on the elytra (2).

Bassareus mammifer
Det. per EGRiley:

Bassareus mammifer (Newman)

Family Chrysomelidae, Subfamily Cryptocephalinae, Tribe Cryptocephalini

More info here.

MQ, Austin

Texas Beetle Info

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