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Photo#193872
Pangaeus bilineatus (?) - Dallasiellus

Pangaeus bilineatus (?) - Dallasiellus
Point Mugu State Park, Ventura County, California, USA
March 16, 2007
Size: 7 mm
Found in the dunes.
Looks very much like the 'Peanut Burrower Bug' pictured, and briefly described in Evans (1).

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Pangaeus bilineatus (?) - Dallasiellus Pangaeus bilineatus (?) - Dallasiellus

Moved
Moved from Dallasiellus.

Moved
Moved from Burrowing Bugs.

opinion of Joe Eger, Dow AgroSciences
Probably Dallasiellus (Pseudopangaeus) sp.

Moved
Moved from True Bugs.

pls move to Cydnidae family page
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not sure about the genus
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