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Ranatra quadridentata

Ranatra quadridentata
Huachuca Mountains, Cochise County, Arizona, USA
June 25, 2008
I was surprised to find this species is not yet represented in the guide. Of Arizona's two Ranatra species, this is the most common. The other species is only known from Montezuma Well near Camp Verde.

Can a reviewer please create a new page for this species? I can't figure out how to create one.

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Moved from Ranatra.

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