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Trirhabda pilosa

Trirhabda pilosa
Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada
July 26, 2009
Green and yellow beetle. I believe they were on sagebrush if I recall correctly although I may be mistaken on this.

Moved
Moved from Trirhabda pilosa.

Moved tenatively
thanks for the update, Scott; could you pls elaborate on "reading"? =v=

Moved from ID Request.

 
Beetle families of British Co
Beetle families of British Columbia by G.G.E. Scudder and R.A. Cannings (University of British Columbia) and Managing Intermountain Rangelands by James P.Blaisdell,Robert B.Murray, E.Durant McArthur (U.S. Department of Agriculture).

Link to the Beetle Families title:
http://www.zoology.ubc.ca/bcbeetles/

 
thanks much, Scott
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Trirhabda of sorts
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Thank you for pointing me in
Thank you for pointing me in the right direction. Some reading brings me to Trirhabda pilosa,and the species is known to occur in British Columbia where it feeds on sagebrush.

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