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Checkered Beetle

Phyllobaenus sp.

Description:

Small, elongated, black and tan beetle with checkered pattern on elytra. The head has two large eyes on the side. About 4 mm in length total.

Habitat:

Oleander bush in the backyard.

Notes:

Only shot I was able to get of this beetle. Looks like P. pallipennis but it's out of range.

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2 Comments

Thank you, Tic. It's a first for me, too.

TicThapanya
TicThapanya 7 years ago

nice shot, i never seen..

Escondido, California, USA

Spotted on Jun 3, 2013
Submitted on Jun 3, 2013

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