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Photo#296513
Dicromantispa sayi

Dicromantispa sayi
San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, USA
June 30, 2009
Size: 10-11 mm

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Dicromantispa sayi Dicromantispa sayi

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Juvenile Dicromantispa interrupta…
Nice find, Jerry.

See reference here:
http://bugguide.net/node/view/71735

 
Consider Leptomantispa?
To me, this shows some characters characteristic of Leptomantispa pulchella:


such as the broadly-angled pterostigma, the overall coloration, and the thick brown bar on the head. Not enough detail to see hairs on the pronotum, unfortunately.

I do not see the interrupted line of D. interrupta.
(I am not a professional entomologist, but I have looked at a lot of photos of this group, and corresponded with experts on the ID characters.)

Looks like Leptomantispa
but plz wait for an expert.

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