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Bruchinae - Bruchus brachialis

Bruchinae - Bruchus brachialis
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, USA
April 26, 2010
Size: 2 mm
Mixed forest, small beetle on Urtica dioica.

Moved
Moved from Bruchus.

 
You are awesome!!!
Thanks much!

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Moved from ID Request.

based on gestalt, i'd say, Bruchus
but the unicolorous black antennae look puzzling
i so hope you kept it!

 
Yes, ...
I collected this specimen.

 
perfect! pls describe coloration of ant. & forelegs
(suggest running it thru Kinsolver's Handbook -- ref. provided on(1))

 
So,
the forelegs are yelowish-brown/brown and antennae are reddish-brown/brown; no any patterns or spots with other coloration.

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