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Photo#1200229
Listronotus sp. - Listronotus - male

Listronotus sp. - Listronotus - Male
Elm Creek Lake, Bourbon County, Kansas, USA
March 14, 2016
Size: 4.6 mm

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Listronotus sp. - Listronotus - male Listronotus sp. - Listronotus - male Listronotus sp. - Listronotus - male Listronotus sp. - Listronotus - male

Moved
Moved from Listronotus distinctus. Moving these back out to genus right now, just dissected specimen with similar genitalia and does not key out right for the L. similis genitalia tip is close but sclerotized parts further down do not match, can you get an image of the entire male genitalia shown here? This may even be a species of Hypera

Moved
Moved from Listronotus.

based on Henderson 1939 revision
The genitalia is a good fit with Listronotus distinctus

 
Thanks
Thank you for the ID. Now all I have to do is find where I put the specimen.

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