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Photo#138956
leaf beetle - Oulema sayi

leaf beetle - Oulema sayi
Great Dismal Swamp, Suffolk County, Virginia, USA
August 11, 2007

Moved
Moved from Oulema.

Moved
Moved from Lema collaris.

This is now Oulema. What colo
This is now Oulema. What color is the under surface? It looks more like O. sayi to me but could still be collaris.

 
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Once a year I try to travel somewhere different in the states, and this trip was with the butterfly club to the Great Dismal Swamp and a few other areas while driving around.

Lema collaris
From Virginia this time. Your beetles come from all over the place.
Looks like Lema collaris. Compare with the ones from Cedarcreek: http://www.cedarcreek.umn.edu/insects/album/024107013ap.html
Think it´s not in the guide yet.

Oulema sp.
great image!

 
constricted neck
Boris, note the constricted neck typical for Lema.

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