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Photo#176459
Mozena lunata

Mozena lunata
San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, USA
April 8, 2008

Moved
Moved from Mozena lunata.

Moved
Moved from Mozena.

Moved
Moved from Leaffooted Bugs.

Moved
Moved from Acanthocephala.

I´d say it is genus Mozena, rather.

 
Boris-Thanks! Moved to Mozena
Boris-Thanks! Moved to Mozena

Just guessing - May be Family Coreidae
The fanily Coreidae have 4-segmented antented and many parallel veins on their wings. I have one in my collection that looks just this that came from Ixtapa, Mexico.

 
Richard- Thanks! Moveed to Ac
Richard- Thanks! Moveed to Acanthocephala sp. ( Coreidae)

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