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Photo#633113
Agrilus

Agrilus
Frankford, Sussex County, Delaware, USA
April 20, 2012
Size: 4 mm

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Agrilus Agrilus

Moved for the data point-no others from DE
Moved from Beetles.

Agrilus sp.
the photos have no further potential but if you plan to deposit the voucher specimen & obtain an expert ID --by all means, do.
also, there is absolutely no point in keeping beetle images at the order level: it's just a dump

 
So
if I have a yet unidentified beetle image sitting in Coleoptera, should I move it to the family level, or somewhere else?

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