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Leaf Beetle - Pachybrachis hepaticus

Leaf Beetle - Pachybrachis hepaticus
Edmundston, Madawaska County, New Brunswick, Canada
July 13, 2011
Size: 3mm
Could someone tells which species it is?

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Leaf Beetle - Pachybrachis hepaticus Leaf Beetle - Pachybrachis hepaticus

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Great! Thanks V.
Great! Thanks V.

 
Richard--
could you pls check if there are any published NB records of it? the 1991 checklist shows none for Atlantic Canada

 
In Chirstopher Majka' book "C
In Chirstopher Majka' book "Checklist of the Beetles of Maine" it is recorded for Maine, but not for NB. I will send him an email to confirm.

 
thanks -- good idea
if this turns out to be a new prov. record, pls report it here

 
How I do that? Just with the
How I do that? Just with the "add comment"?

 
not NB in Riley et al...
only AB, ON, MB, PQ and SK for Canada (plue ME and much of northeastern US).

 
Riley et al's catalogue
may be more accurate. According to the Info page, it's recorded from Maine.

Pachybrachis hepaticus
per Robert Barney

 
awesome; thanks, guys.

good question... and the beast looks rather special, too
neither of the two spp. recorded in New Brunswick is in the guide --so there's a good chance it's a new addition. need an expert opinion.

 
OK, Thanks, let's wait for th
OK, Thanks, let's wait for the expert..

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