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Photo#266779
Stenodema trispinosum

Stenodema trispinosum
April 16, 2009
Size: Maybe around 6 mm?
I believe that this may be Stenodema trispinosum based on info in the guide. However, I found it while riding in a Winnebago between Williamsburg, Virginia and somewhere in Delaware. So I don't know when it got in. Williamsburg? Maryland when we stopped for lunch? In NJ before we went down? I'm not a big fan of faking data.
Is the ID correct?
Should we keep these images without location data?

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Nice looking bug!
I'd say considering how few images there are of this species, that you should definitely include these in the guide. (You certainly wouldn't be the only one to do so -- see here for a recent example.)

S. trispinosum, seconded!
Do you have any data on the file? Usually, JPEG files have the date information therein, which are set in the camera.

Anyway, did you go to Williamsburg? I went there with my family ten days ago before you go there.

 
Williamsburg
Yes we went down Sunday and came back Thursday. Plenty of rain, but still we made it to many attractions including the historic Williamsburg and the Living Science Museum (name may be wrong). I saw the bug in the RV on the way home and caught it to photograph later, but have no idea when it got in the vehicle, so data is meaningless. I don't want to falsely add a state to the map if the bug didn't come from there.

 
Oops sorry!
I am confused place with date. :-(

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