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Argid sawfly - Sphacophilus cellularis - male

Argid sawfly - Sphacophilus cellularis - Male
Ozark Mountains, Searcy County, Arkansas, USA
July 13, 2007
Size: ~6mm
Double antennae?

Moved
Moved from Argid Sawflies.

Sphacophilus cellulais (Say)
Male. Females are more orange and have simple antennae. Larvae on morning glory.

See Eric's comment on a similar
beauty here

 
A double match...
Argid Sawfly, yes. Also, while mine was actually on a blackberry leaf, there's lot of wild morning glory in the immediate vicinity. I cannot find a match beyond Family Argidae, however. Maybe someone else will be able to ID a genus at some point. Thanks for the ID help. (Marvin)

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