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Hyperaspis? - Hyperaspis

Hyperaspis? - Hyperaspis
Beeler Reservoir, Modoc National Forest, Modoc County, California, USA
April 28, 2017
Size: ca 2 mm
Beat from a conifer. Looks most like H. bensonica to me, but out of range for that species and slightly different?

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Moved from Lady Beetles.

H. bensonica has a very long lateral band.
Pattern wise it looks like H. lateralis to me, although I've never seen one without orange or red markings.

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