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Photo#190873
Water-lily Beetle - Galerucella nymphaeae

Water-lily Beetle - Galerucella nymphaeae
Florien, Sabine Parish, Louisiana, USA
June 10, 2008

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Water-lily Beetle - Galerucella nymphaeae Water-lily Beetle - Galerucella nymphaeae

Moved
Moved from Water-lily Beetle.

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Moved
Moved from Skeletonizing leaf beetles.

Margarethe and Rob, thank you both for taking time to reply.

Trirhabda
leaf beetle, but see the discussion here http://bugguide.net/node/view/148873/bgimage

 
not Trirhabda
Margarethe, this is not Trirhabda but one of the smaller leafbeetles from the Galerucinae. A character to look for besides size are on the antenna. This beetle has the third segment of the antenna bigger than the fourth, while Trirhabda has the fourth bigger.
Since it was found near waterlelies it will probably result variation of Galerucella, but Pyrrhalta is an other option to look at.
Please look here, here and here

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