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bugs on woolly croton

bugs on woolly croton
Camp Hardtner, Pollock, La, Grant Parish, Louisiana, USA
September 8, 2012
These two bugs were on the same or adjacent plants. I took the photos within minutes of each other.


Nymph of this?

Could be...
I have a head-on shot of a bug that could be this that was on the same plant at the same time. I'll see if I can add it to the post.

Linking is reserved...
...for different views of the same individual. I've unlinked the two specimens, moved the adult to the appropriate family page, and cross referenced the two by putting thumbnails in the Remarks section of each.


Cropped and moved for expert attention
Moved from ID Request.

A bug, not a beetle. With luck, someone will recognize it.

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