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Resembles Tumbling Flower Beetle (Macrosaigon limbata) - Macrosiagon limbata - female

Resembles Tumbling Flower Beetle (Macrosaigon limbata) - Macrosiagon limbata - Female
Langhorne - Playwicki Farm Park, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, USA
July 11, 2017
Size: <1-inch

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Resembles Tumbling Flower Beetle (Macrosaigon limbata) - Macrosiagon limbata - female Resembles Tumbling Flower Beetle (Macrosaigon limbata) - Macrosiagon limbata - female Resembles Tumbling Flower Beetle (Macrosaigon limbata) - Macrosiagon limbata - female

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Although you have the species correct, it is a Wedge-shaped Beetle, family Ripiphoridae.

They do resemble Mordelids, and are often found together.

In general, it is better to leave the size field blank unless an accurate measurement can be given. I would say at least 90% of beetles are less than 1".

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