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Leptoglossus, maybe L concolor or oppositus? - Leptoglossus concolor

Leptoglossus, maybe L concolor or oppositus? - Leptoglossus concolor
Gardner Canyon Rd, east side Santa Rita Mts, Santa Cruz County, Arizona, USA
July 6, 2020
Size: about 2 cm

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Leptoglossus, maybe L concolor or oppositus? - Leptoglossus concolor Leptoglossus, maybe L concolor or oppositus? - Leptoglossus concolor Leptoglossus, maybe L concolor or oppositus? - Leptoglossus concolor

Moved tentatively
Moved from Leptoglossus.

I'm not an entomologist either, but in light of Jason's comments I agree that this is likely concolor. Still, expert confirmation would be appreciated.

Moved
Moved from Leaf-footed Bugs.

One of these days, I'll need to figure out how to separate the SW species.

 
serrations on pronotum, bicolored 1st antennomere
I am not an entomologist, but a discussion on this L. concolor submission seems to point to L. concolor for mine too: https://bugguide.net/node/view/1451483/bgpage. Jason Botz writes, "Similar to L. oppositus, but with serrations on the posterolateral margin of the pronotum, and the first antennomere bicolored (black and reddish brown)."

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