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Photo#1328006
Tarache tetragona

Tarache tetragona
Sanderson, Terrell County, Texas, USA
September 3, 2016

Size?
This is the only BugGuide image in tetragona that I think might be correctly identified. Is it possible to confirm the forewing length?

 
Does size vary among the spec
Does size vary among the species? What are you looking at to identify this species? This is a tough group for me because I'm unsure what to look for. What do you think of this one?

 
too big
Yours is too big. The wing length of ♂ tetragona is ~6-8 mm; ♀ is up to ~9mm. See info here.

 
After posting I saw details o
After posting I saw details of the size of tetragona on the aprica page. When I first posted I gleaned that the size was different from aprica but not whether it was bigger or smaller.

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