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Old 07-12-2017, 07:41 AM
Status: "Achilles is in your alleyway, he doesn't want me here" (set 8 days ago)
 
Location: Bel Air, California
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That's not a Japanese beetle! This is what JBs look like:





JBs are only a half an inch long. Note the green head and brown wing case with the lengthwise racing stripes and the tiny white puffs of hair around the edges of the abdomen.


The photo in the picture in the first post looks like a beetle in the scarab family. Can the OP tell us how long/wide the mystery beetles are and what state you are living in?

lol, says you...I'm only a marine biologist









https://homesteadgardens.com/blog/ja...reen-june-bug/


commonly known as the Green June Beetle. It is bigger than the Japanese beetle, usually growing to 1 inch long with a much stockier body (having big shoulders and not the usual round shape of the Japanese Beetle).

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Old 07-12-2017, 08:58 PM
 
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lol, says you...I'm only a marine biologist

https://homesteadgardens.com/blog/ja...reen-june-bug/

commonly known as the Green June Beetle. It is bigger than the Japanese beetle, usually growing to 1 inch long with a much stockier body (having big shoulders and not the usual round shape of the Japanese Beetle).
Yeah, but that's not a fish.
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