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Photo#1390306
Chlorochroa? - Chinavia hilaris

Chlorochroa? - Chinavia hilaris
Mendocino National Forest, Dixie Glade Campground, Colusa County, California, USA
June 22, 2017
Size: ca 10 mm
Beat from Acer macrophyllum

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Chlorochroa? - Chinavia hilaris Chlorochroa? - Chinavia hilaris

Interestingly
There are a ton of shots of Chinavia on iNat that are similar to this from near Sacramento with the blue antennae. I was thinking that it might be a situation where marginata was the dominant species in the area, but maybe it'd be good to have some of them collected and sent off to get an answer for sure.

can't be anything else, but i'll have it expert-checked
Moved from Stink Bugs.

 
Should be C. marginata
if the antennae descriptions for the species are accurate.

 
Jay Keller -
from iNat suggested this could be C. marginata instead?

http://www.inaturalist.org/observations/6766895

Moved
Moved from Green Stink Bug.

Looking at this again, I do not see "antennomeres 3 & 4 blackish, and color is restricted to apical half of segments" - the antennae look almost unicolored to me... Maybe just intraspecific variation or wear/fading?

Moved
Moved from Stink Bugs.

Moved tentatively.

ID -
as Chinavia hilaris by someone at iNat - that does look correct to me...

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