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what is this beetle?
Nice website! These guys are on a Virginia Creeper vine in Southern Ontario, Canada. There are a whole bunch of them. At dusk there are a lot flying around the tops of some of the trees. I’m guessing they’re responsible for all the holes in the plant leaves. Any idea what they are? Thanks. Take care,
Cory
Mississauga, Ontario.

Hi Cory,
Japanese Beetles were accidentally introduced to North America in 1916. There are now a serious agricultural pest throughout the east. They will eat many plants and are very fond of roses, primroses, rose of sharon and grapes.

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