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Altica subplicata, the willow leaf beetle, is found north of Mexico, across the Nearctic region. It ranges from the southern most point of Texas to southern Canada from British Columbia to Quebec. The highest concentration of this species is along the Mississippi River and the Great Lakes, extending west to the Rocky Mountains.

Biogeographic Regions: nearctic (Native )


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