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Rocconota annulicornis

Rocconota annulicornis
Parkwood, Durham County, North Carolina, USA
August 27, 2006
Size: 18 mm
Found next to a lighted window on my back deck. Captured and posed. Aha! See comments for ID--corrected 12/3/2008.

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Moved from Zelus tetracanthus.

Based on drswanny's comment: "Zelus doesn't have actual spines on the posterior pronotal lobe like Rocconota. The connexival banding also matches the other live specimen of R. annulicornis in the guide."

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