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Photo#1271945
bug nymph?

bug nymph?
Salero Ranch, 4300 ft elev, 8 mi E of Tubac, Santa Cruz County, Arizona, USA
September 16, 2015
Size: ~1 cm long?

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bug nymph? bug nymph?

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

 
Could it be Catorhintha apica
Could it be Catorhintha apicalis (http://bugguide.net/node/view/926892) or at least in Coreini tribe?

 
I'm certainly not an expert, but...
...it doesn't really look like Catorhintha to me. Coreini seems quite possible, but nymphs are tricky even for specialists, so I'd feel more comfortable leaving it here for now.

 
OK - thank you for the explan
OK - thank you for the explanation.

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