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Rice and any dry food
Waht is it
It *may* be an Oryzaephilus laying on its back, but there's no way to be sure based on this picture. The body shape is too blurry and hardly visible.If it is in fact an Oryzaephilus, it could be either of the two cosmopolitan species O. surinamensis or O. mercator, which are both well-known "pests" in stored food (such as dried dates, cereals, nuts etc.). There's a number of other possibilities, but based on the habitat given, Oryzaephilus seems likely.
Moved to Arthropods :-)
that dont tell me mutch
good luck with your search then
not corect one
Oryzaephilus surinamensis https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oryzaephil...
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i dot like it to be our food
Hi AkiKemppainen. This website is not for learning how to kill things.
Spotted on Mar 29, 2014 Submitted on Mar 29, 2014
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