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Yes they are, outside of the native range. You can read about that in the reference link posted on yhis spotting if you want more information. :-)
The name makes me think that these are an invasive species...???
Moved to arthropods :-)
thanks Cheryl ~ understand that completely.
As a gardener ~ these beetles are the bane of my existence! They love to eat my roses, and have voracious appetites.
Spotted on Jun 14, 2011 Submitted on Nov 8, 2011