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Photo#93189
Shiny 4-spotted beetle - Paria opacicollis

Shiny 4-spotted beetle - Paria opacicollis
Harms Woods Forest Preserve, Glenview, Cook County, Illinois, USA
August 14, 2006
Size: ~3mm
Founf this shiny beetle sitting on a Quercus bicolor leaf.

Moved
Moved from Beetles.

Chrysomelid beetle
Family Chrysomelidae, maybe genus Paria.

 
Paria opacicollis
from the alabama key:
Dorsum brown-yellow with suture darker brown with black spot on intrahumeral callus and single black spot on disc just before apical declivity. The host for P. opacicollis is oak, Quercus sp.

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