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Net-winged Beetle

Caenia dimidiata

Description:

Front half of forewings are orange, with the back half black. The scutellum is black as well, separating it from the similar-looking species Calopteron terminale. The antennae are comb-like. The forewings have a raised pattern that looks like a net, giving this family its common name.

Habitat:

Forest

Notes:

I love the antennae and how they fan out. Intricacy like that isn't seen all the time. Found at Barbara A. Beiser Field Station.

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Ohio, USA

Lat: 39.42, Long: -81.36

Spotted on Jun 6, 2011
Submitted on Jan 2, 2012

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