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Casebearer - Cryptocephalus

Casebearer - Cryptocephalus
Athens/ Sandy Creek Park, Clarke County, Georgia, USA
January 8, 2012
The tiniest casebearer I've ever seen, on a slime mold.

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Moved from Cryptocephalini.

E.G. Riley says:
"This could be Cryptocephalus tinctus - but not really sure. Might be some very strange Pachybrachis."

Moved from Scriptured Leaf Beetles.

these indeed can be very small, but what a nightmare of a genus

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