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Photo#136109
7008867 Narnia snowi - Narnia snowi

7008867 Narnia snowi - Narnia snowi
Huachuca Mts, Arizona, USA
June 22, 2007
Size: ~3/4"
I thought this looked too different to be L. phyllopus, though it also has a straight line across the back.

Moved
Moved from Subgenus Xerocoris.

Moved
Moved from Narnia.

Moved
Moved from Leaffooted Bugs.

Narnia, perhaps
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Although it doesn't look so hairy as others in guide. My other thought was perhaps it could be one of the Leptoglossus of which we don't have images yet (such as L. concolor, which is supposed to have a yelow pronotum like this).

Narnia seems likely, as it's on cactus, too.

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