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Green june beetle larva

Description:

Green june beetle (Cotinis nitida)

Habitat:

urban (backyard)

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2 Comments

urbicae
urbicae 10 years ago

The larvae of the oriental beetle seems to have longer legs, and they aren't orange like this one on the picture. Japanese beetle larvae are smaller. This was closer to 1.5-2 inches in full length. So it to my best guess, it is a green june beetle larva. Thank you. :)

keithp2012
keithp2012 10 years ago

Could be larvae of Japanese beetle, june beetle, or oriental beetle, those are most commonly found. But there are a bunch of other possibilities.

urbicae
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urbicae

Washington, USA

Spotted on Sep 12, 2010
Submitted on Sep 12, 2010

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