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Green Bug - Polydrusus impressifrons

Green Bug - Polydrusus impressifrons
Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota, USA
June 3, 2009
Size: 1/4"
Small bright green bug. Any help on ID?

Moved from ID Request.

Green Immigrant Leaf Weevil, Polydrusus sericeus, is what I would say if I caught one, but certainly a Polydrusus species.

Polydrusus impressifrons, rather

I think I see the difference now
Sericeus has a scale-like green vestiture and impressifrons has "impressed " punctures, si?

impressifrons means flat forehead [=frons]
...which describes the head well [although it's usually inadvisable to rely on specific names for ID purposes]

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