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Cryptocephalinae -  Case-bearing Leaf Beetles - Cryptocephalus binominis

Cryptocephalinae - Case-bearing Leaf Beetles - Cryptocephalus binominis
Washington, Beaufort County, North Carolina, USA
June 20, 2020
Size: less than 5 mm
On boat in marina, near marshy area with cattails, cypress. Also near some Spartina marsh, Pine forest. When I made a sudden move, it feigned death, rolling onto its side.

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Possibly Cryptocephalus binomis

 
Cryptocephalus binominis
I think that is it (with minor spelling correction), Cryptocephalus binominis. Thanks Tyler!

 
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Good catch on the spelling!

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