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Miraces modesta (Horn) - Miraces modesta

Miraces modesta (Horn) - Miraces modesta
Tavernier, Monroe County, Florida, USA
September 9, 2006
A rare, endemic Florida leaf beetle.

Drool!!!
Drool!!!

 
Hi, John
I agree. It's the only specimen I've ever seen.

 
Is there any info on host pla
Is there any info on host plant? Although I often get galerucines when sweeping mixed vegetation in AZ if I take the time to look closer I invariably find a plant they prefer. I suspect it is rare more out of not knowing what plant it prefers rather than actually a rare species.

 
black ironwood
Krugiodendron ferreum (Vahl) Urban

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