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Larvae - Trirhabda

Larvae - Trirhabda
DuPage County, Illinois, USA
May 29, 2009
Size: 8mm
This little cats were all over the place in a woods near Chicago.

Moved from Trirhabda.

Moved from Leaf Beetles.

What's it eating?
ID may hinge on IDing the hostplant. If you don't know what it is, would you happen to have any pictures showing more of the plant?

I'm no expert but I think it's eating Solidago sp.
For now, I'll just plunk it in leaf beetles.
Thanks all.

If it is Solidago that it is
If it is Solidago that it is feeding on it is likely Tirhabda.

Likely one of the Trirhabda
but we don't know how to tell for certain. In the guide here

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