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Photo#819396
Naupactus peregrinus

Naupactus peregrinus
Victoria, Victoria County, Texas, USA
August 4, 2013
Size: 9 mm
Found in backyard.
I still have the beetle and it is alive, but it seem to have a problem on proboscis (?)

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Moved Tent.
Moved from Beetles.

Naupactus
Looks like it has a thread or fiber stuck in its mouthparts.

 
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Yes it is.
Is it possible to clean, without damage the insect? I think I can't use a tweezers.

 
possible
should be able to grasp the beetle and then pluck it out with tweezers; otherwise i'm not sure what you can do

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