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For the Beetle People - Myzia interrupta

For the Beetle People - Myzia interrupta
Wolf Creek, Josephine County, Oregon, USA
July 17, 2013
I think..it is probably a lady beetle but not even sure of that. however it sure caught my eye.

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For the Beetle People - Myzia interrupta For the Beetle People - Myzia interrupta

might be recently eclosed
It's paler and pinker than most Myzia individuals I've seen, but if it had eclosed recently, that would explain the lighter color and more translucent overall appearance.

Moved
Moved from Lady Beetles.

I keep being
drawn to Genus Myzia. The back looks like Myzia subvittata and its in your area.
(and the face looks like Myzia interrupta which also hints to this genus.)

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