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Photo#19952
black-spotted-red chrysomelid - Chrysomela knabi

black-spotted-red chrysomelid - Chrysomela knabi
Hudson, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, USA
June 11, 2005
Size: 6 mm possibly

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black-spotted-red chrysomelid - Chrysomela knabi black-spotted-red chrysomelid - Chrysomela knabi

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Moved from Chrysomela.

Chrysomela knabi.
Chrysomela knabi.

 
Wow!
I see mine is rather spot-challenged but its pronotum is the same as the others'.

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Moved from Chrysomelinae.

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Dear Jim,

I can´t really explain. I had tagged it to move it to genus level (Chrysomela), then changed opinion, and did the Chrysolina job. Somehow this pictures reappeared, when I inserted the C.staphylaea pics - and I put them back instantly.

 
Ha ha!
Well, I had directed my question to the beetle. I hadn't really expected an answer :-)

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How did you get over there
with the mint leaf beetles?

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Moved from Chrysomelinae.

Chrysomela sp
Chrysomela in the subfamily Chrysomelinae

 
Very well.
Moved to Chrysomelinae.

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