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Casebearer Beetle - Pachybrachis femoratus

Casebearer Beetle - Pachybrachis femoratus
Woburn, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA
June 5, 2006
Size: 3.5mm

maybe P. femoratus found on Quercus, oak
maybe P. femoratus found on Quercus, oak

Chrysomelidae: Pachybrachis sp.
Looks like Pachybrachis luridus based on specimens in the collection, but since chrysomelid specialists don't like to make identifications in this section of the genus, I suppose that I shouldn't also.

 
Pachybrachis
I'll place it by genus, but if a chrysomelid specialist agrees with P. luridus, then I'd move it to species.

 
What does this ID tell us
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Pachybrachis sp.
Also.

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