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Photo#36584
Flea beetle - Chaetocnema concinna

Flea beetle - Chaetocnema concinna
Hollis, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, USA
November 3, 2005
Size: 3 mm
Apparently blown out of oak tree on windy day. I laid out a big piece of white aluminum flashing so I could easily spot whatever landed on it -- a good way to collect small stuff.

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Moved tentatively; i asked Chris Majka, Is this concinna?
...to which he replied, "Without keying it out, it looks exactly like C. concinna. NH would (I think) be a new state record for it, although it is known from MA & ME, so not surprising."

Moved from Chaetocnema.

 
Thanks for wrestling it down & IDing it, Belov.
I doubt I have the specimen so, assuming male, we can't yank its "junk" and be certain. The location is about 5 miles from Massachusetts border.

 
i bet you get lots of nasty stuff from across that border
consider [a] proactively yanking junks of whatever tries to cross it, and [b] building a great wall as a public works project

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