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Photo#907789
bug, elongated, black spots, feathery branched antennae - Pelonides quadrinotata

bug, elongated, black spots, feathery branched antennae - Pelonides quadrinotata
Highland Haven, Burnet County, Texas, USA
April 8, 2014
It looks like a cross between a lady beetle and a spotted cucumber beetle with a different pair of antennae thrown in. It was on some wild onion/garlic. Many thanks for telling me what it is....Denise K.

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bug, elongated, black spots, feathery branched antennae - Pelonides quadrinotata bug, elongated, black spots, feathery branched antennae - Pelonides quadrinotata

ID corrected by Weston Opitz: P. quadrinotata

probably Pelonides quadripunctatus --det. J. Rifkind
Moved from Pelonides.

nice find; can't tell species, will ask around
Moved from ID Request.

 
Could it be this: a Pelonides
Could it be this: a Pelonides quadripunctatus like in the picture below ?

Photo#624510

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