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Photo#278910
casebearer.. - Pachybrachis nigricornis

casebearer.. - Pachybrachis nigricornis
Altamonte Springs, Seminole County, Florida, USA
May 23, 2009
Size: ~2-3mm
Not the best photo, but I can't seem to put an ID on this little guy. Was confused about the little bronze area near the center

Moved
Moved from Pachybrachis.

Pachybrachis
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Found two that atleast look s
Found two that atleast look similar. P. Azureus and P. viedmai. Don't have any information about them but through images on a website found these two to be the most similar...
Website:here

 
that site provides enough information to exclude both
...because, for one, it covers only European/Mediterranean fauna that doesn't share a single species with the New World (and the geogr. range of each one in provided under the image, too)

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