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Leptoglossus brevirostris? - Leptoglossus brevirostris

Leptoglossus brevirostris? - Leptoglossus brevirostris
Picture Rocks, Pima County, Arizona, USA
February 10, 2015
Size: 12mm
On Mistletoe. I thought it was a small L. zonatus, but it has no yellow spots and the pronotum looks wider. It matches the image here on BG of L. brevirostris but I do not know how save that id was

I got international confirmation
for this one: Harry Brailovsky in Mexico City and Laurence Livermore, NHM London both independently ided it as L. brevirostris

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