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Tribe Cryptocephalini


Lexiphanes Lexiphanes teapensis (Jacoby) - Lexiphanes teapensis Chrysomelidae, Lexiphanes? - Lexiphanes leaf beetle - Lexiphanes saponatus Lexiphanes saponatus (Fabricius) - Lexiphanes saponatus Lexiphanes mexicanus (Jacoby) - Lexiphanes mexicanus - male Leaf Beetle ID request - Lexiphanes - male - female Leaf Beetle ID request - Lexiphanes - male - female

Black and red beetle - Cryptocephalus notatus Cryptocephalus nanus Fabricius  - Cryptocephalus nanus Coleoptera Chrysomelidae - ? - Diachus Cryptocephalus sp.? - Cryptocephalus castaneus Casebearer beetle - Bassareus clathratus Cryptocephalin - Bassareus mammifer Beetle - Cryptocephalus calidus Cryptocephalus quadruplex

Pachybrachis vestigialis Fall - Pachybrachis stygicus Beetle - Pachybrachis Case-bearing Leaf Beetle - Pachybrachis obsoletus Pachybrachis - Pachybrachis alticola Pachybrachis brevicornis Fall - Pachybrachis brevicornis Chrysomelidae beetle? - Griburius montezuma Pachybrachis hector Fall - Pachybrachis hector Pachybrachis with orange markings? - Pachybrachis hybridus