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Flower Longhorn Beetles of Westmorland County - family CERAMBYCIDAE: subfamily LEPTURINAE

A free image editing program I have on my computer (IrfanView) allows me to easily make posters like this. I just went through my flower lo…

Started by Stuart TingleyLatest Reply

Whirligig Beetles

On a recent Naturalists' Club outing, we happened to be beside a small pond; had great looks at Painted Turtles and a small aquatic Beetle…

Started by Joanne SavageLatest Reply

Sidewalk Grasshopper

Not as attractive as Ken's hopper on a daisy (today, 14.ix.2012) but I take 'em where I find 'em. A couple of days ago a sidewalk caterpill…

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Poplar Borer [Saperda calcarata] July 15/18 Quispamsis to outside light

A rugged looking critter that joined me when I was checking for moths.

Started by Joanne Savage

4 on Monday
Reply by Joanne Savage

Tentative "official" first for NB *Edit: Official*

I found this critter last year (May 30, 2017) but didn't get a sample, and didn't get an agreement on ID from some.   Here, hopefully irref…

Started by E

6 Jul 10
Reply by E

Swamp Milkweed Leaf Beetle July 9/18 Quispamsis

I wasn't thrilled to find this on my Swamp Milkweed today.

Started by Joanne Savage

0 Jul 9

Fire-colored Beetle [Dendroides concolor] June 24-25/18 Quispamsis trap

Started by Joanne Savage

9 Jul 5
Reply by Gail Taylor

Carpet Beetle. Fredericton, July 1, 2018

( Anthrenus scrophulariae )  A dermestid, aka the Buffalo Carpet Beetle; on goatsbeard. (3 mm)

Started by Danny O'Shea

2 Jul 3
Reply by Danny O'Shea

Tortoise beetle – Fredericton, June 30, 2018

I occasionally find these in my garden; easily identifiable by the Teddy Bear pattern. (Cassidinae - Plagiometriona c. clavata)

Started by Danny O'Shea

1 Jun 30
Reply by Joanne Savage

Dryophthorus americanus

Surprised that I seem to be the only NBer to have posted these critters on BugGuide and iNaturalist, and I can't seem to find mention of th…

Started by E

3 Jun 29
Reply by Stuart Tingley

Dichelotarsus punctatus

I'm going with Dichelotarsus punctatus but its never been ID'd by anyone. Is it possible ... a beetle that is a first for BNB? This was see…

Started by Jimmy Dee

4 Jun 25
Reply by Jimmy Dee

a very small 4 spotted eye-spotted lady beetle - adalia bipunctata - June 20,2018

Moncton - it was very small on a grape vine was hard for me to get a good  photo

Started by Tom Finck

2 Jun 20
Reply by Tom Finck

a very small 4 spotted eye-spotted lady beetle June 20,2018

Started by Tom Finck

0 Jun 20


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