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scymnine - Scymnus indianensis

scymnine - Scymnus indianensis
Augusta, Richmond County, Georgia, USA
August 5, 2010
Size: 2 mm
The black on the pronotum is lobed; not sure if that is significant or not.

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Moved
Moved from Scymnus.

Scymnus indianensis
The small size and postcoxal line not reaching hind margin of first sternum are distinctive - Gordon says it's one of the few spp. of Scymnus s. str. that can be ID'd w/o dissection. The pronotal pattern varies considerably in this species.

Scymnus s. str.
The extremely dark venter could help get this to species.

Moved
Moved from Scymninae.

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