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Delphacid - Pissonotus binotatus

Delphacid - Pissonotus binotatus
Goose Creek State Park, Beaufort County, North Carolina, USA
September 27, 2014

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Delphacid - Pissonotus binotatus Delphacid - Pissonotus binotatus

ID supported by Charles Bartlett
Charles Bartlett notes: "This Pissonotus is probably a dark binotatus. from the frontal view, you can see a dark line on the 2nd antennal segment - binotatus has this, in brunneus the 2nd antennal segment is usually pale. It would help explain why the specimen is so shiny; binotatus is quite shiny while brunneus is more dull colored. Admittedly a bit of a tough call."

Moved from Delphacinae.

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