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Photo#138279
Dicromantispa interrupta - female

Dicromantispa interrupta - Female
Okeechobee County, Florida, USA
Emerged 8/18/07.
Interesting that the wolf spider detached the egg sac and kept it's distance.
Spider (S. floridanus) collected 7/26/07.

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Sosippus floridanus - female Dicromantispa interrupta - female Dicromantispa interrupta - female Dicromantispa interrupta - female Dicromantispa interrupta - female Dicromantispa interrupta - female Dicromantispa interrupta - female Dicromantispa interrupta - female Dicromantispa interrupta - female Dicromantispa interrupta - female

#138279 Identification - Dicromantispa interrupta (female)
This insect here is a pupa (actually an emerging pharate adult) of the mantispid Dicromantispa interrupta (Say, 1825).

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