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that looks pretty good - I think we got the genus
Thanks, Ioarie ( In remember your face, but not this name... :-)), that was also my final guess, but had still troubles with the species name.Gonioctena variabilis was one of my candidates, but Lisbon is not within the range:http://www.biol.uni.wroc.pl/cassidae/Eur...http://www.galerie-insecte.org/galerie/v...All these beetles are extremely variable and show sexual dimorphism. Key issue for me was always the yellow color of head and pronotum. Most of the Cryptocephalinae has a black head/front.My final guess so far would be female Gonioctena pseudogobanzi.http://www.biol.uni.wroc.pl/cassidae/Eur...I take the risk for making a suggestion to open further discussion and try to get a confirmation.What do you think?
Not exactly sure about the family and genus, but it reminds me of Chrysomelidae, Cryptocephalinae, but no match found.
Lat: 38.47, Long: -9.19
Spotted on Jul 13, 2017 Submitted on Jul 13, 2017