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Possible N. veracruzensis - Neozygina veracruzensis

Possible N. veracruzensis - Neozygina veracruzensis
Houston, Harris County, Texas, USA
July 11, 2017
Swept two identical-looking nymphs from Mimosa sp. Reared one and have posted the adult. Not sure if this nymph is the one I reared or not.

Moved tentatively
Moved from Neozygina. This is one of two identical-looking nymphs, one of which I reared out, and the adult specimen was ID'd by Dr. Dietrich as N. veracruzensis. The uncertainty is that I'm not sure if this is the exact nymph that I reared out, or the other (identical-looking) one.

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