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Aphalaroida inermis? Male? - Aphalaroida inermis - male

Aphalaroida inermis? Male? - Aphalaroida inermis - Male
Columbus, Luna County, New Mexico, USA
December 12, 2016
Size: 2 mm
Collected sweeping Atriplex canescens, at coordinates: 31.792446, -107.631760

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Aphalaroida inermis? Male? - Aphalaroida inermis - male Aphalaroida inermis? Male? - Aphalaroida inermis - male Aphalaroida inermis? Male? - Aphalaroida inermis - male Aphalaroida inermis? Male? - Aphalaroida inermis - male

Moved
Moved from Psylloidea.

Yes, A. inermis
How nice to see a male! The shape of the paramere is actually enough to distinguish it from all others in the genus.

 
Thank you Chris!
All these Psylloidea that I have been posting in the last couple of days came out from sampling the 33 Atriplex canescens on 12/12/16. I am glad to see that my tentative IDs for these bugs were correct.

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