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Agrilus bilineatus?  - Agrilus bilineatus

Agrilus bilineatus? - Agrilus bilineatus
March, Dallas County, Missouri, USA
July 5, 2013
Size: ~ 7 mm
Extracted from a Lindgren funnel trap by Jerry Wilson. Believe to be a Agrilus bilineatus, if so it appears to have made pronounced and different marks down the back from the other one posted on BG from Missouri. Confirmation/correction, further placement would be appreciated.

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Agree...
...with Agrilus bilineatus.

looks good; hopw the experts agree
Moved from Agrilinae.

 
Other Missouri specimen
has the lines worn away, I have one specimen captured here in ND on an EAB sticky trap that is almost the exact match of the worn specimen...

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