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Isohydnocera - Isohydnocera brunnea

Isohydnocera - Isohydnocera brunnea
Bellfort Centerpoint ROW prairie, Houston, Harris County, Texas, USA
July 11, 2020
Size: 5 mm
Swept from prairie vegetation. Looks same as or similar to

Moved from Isohydnocera. Posted photo on Facebook, and John Leavengood ID'd it. I had noticed that the apices of the elytra looked more like the BG pic of aegra, but John said "[t]he degree of apical elytral tumescence varies a bit" in brunnea.

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