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Tiger Beetles of the United States

Tiger Beetles of Iowa

No Common Name (Cicindela repanda)
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No Common Name (Cicindela repanda)

Length: 10.5-13 mm. Dorsal coloration is brown with reddish or coppery reflections and complete maculations are present. Common habitats are very close to water, but this species can be found in a variety of environments. Some of the most common places these beetles live are pond edges, banks and sandbars of rivers and streams, mud flats, and shorelines. This is a spring/fall species with a 2-year lifecycle.


(Cicindela repanda)
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