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Anthrenus coloratus? - Anthrenus coloratus - female

Anthrenus coloratus? - Anthrenus coloratus - Female
Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio, USA
July 1, 2011
Size: 2mm
I've simply gone and circled the individual antennomeres. I thought this might be helpful since this image is grainy and the 10 segmented antennae of A. coloratus help distinguish it from verbasci. I found this beetle to be more common than A. verbasci in my samples (urban vacant lots and gardens).

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