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Photo#725160
Brachiacantha sp? - Brachiacantha barberi

Brachiacantha sp? - Brachiacantha barberi
Mission/National Butterfly Center, Hidalgo County, Texas, USA
November 21, 2012
Size: Smaller than a BB
Taken at the National Butterfly Center in Mission - it was tiny

Moved

Moved
Nice image! (and only our third B. decora)

You're in ladybird heaven down there. keep'm coming please!

Moved from Lady Beetles.

Moved for expert attention
Moved from ID Request.

Nice picture.
Nice picture.

Hyperaspis.
Blue eyes suggest Hyperaspis. This is a fine shot and the specimen should intrigue Abigail Parker....

 
blue eyes...
I believe is a gender feature (males) and not limited to certain genera. I also vote for Brachiacantha (although this is not my specialty group...).

 
Thanks
I had typed that first, was torn between the two.

 
Brachiacantha of some sort
Brachiacantha of some sort

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