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Agrilus sulcicollis Lacordaire - Agrilus sulcicollis - male

Agrilus sulcicollis Lacordaire - Agrilus sulcicollis - Male
nr. Canton, Wayne County, Michigan, USA
June 11, 2003
Size: 8 mm

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Agrilus sulcicollis Lacordaire - Agrilus sulcicollis - male Agrilus sulcicollis Lacordaire - Agrilus sulcicollis - male Agrilus sulcicollis Lacordaire - Agrilus sulcicollis - male

nice stuff, as always
i wonder why do you orient the dorsal shots head to the right while the lateral views, to the left? frankly, for comparison purposes, it would be way more helpful to have them all the MCZ database way, i.e. head to the left

 
I don't have an answer for th
I don't have an answer for that. I guess I could go back and change them all but it would take some time.

 
that would be most welcome
take your time and consider the head-westward position for all of your beetle submissions forthwith -- and thanks again, Josh!
btw, Quercus rubra is the host in America; has to be other oak spp. in Europe!

 
Yeah I haven't got that far y
Yeah I haven't got that far yet. I'm entering data of nearly 2000 bups collected in one trapping test. I'm going back and forth to keep awake.

 
i edited the info page a bit
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