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Japanese Beetle

Popillia japonica


Found on bee balm in a garden.


Not uncommon on this road; oftentimes found eating just about any kind of plant. This season, they seem to prefer flowers (roses, lilies, petunias), and will go as far as eating some kinds of ferns as well.

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New Jersey, USA

Lat: 41.11, Long: -74.83

Spotted on Jul 10, 2014
Submitted on Jul 11, 2014

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