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Erotylidae - Dacne quadrimaculata

Erotylidae - Dacne quadrimaculata
Oka, Deux-Montagnes County, Quebec, Canada
July 27, 2018
Size: 2.6mm
Erotylidae?

Flight interception trap.

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Erotylidae
looks like Dacne

 
Thanks!
Yes indeed. I've submitted this picture to the National Collection in Ottawa and, according to the size, shape, punctuation and proportions, it is Dacne quadrimaculata. Looks teneral. Isn't it odd that a teneral beetle could fly?

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