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Parthenicus juniperi (Heidemann) - Parthenicus juniperi - female

Parthenicus juniperi (Heidemann) - Parthenicus juniperi - Female
Village of San Leanna (south Austin), Travis County, Texas, USA
July 27, 2008
Det. WonGun Kim, 2008

at UV lights in mesic patch...

Parthenicus juniperi
Thanks for the ID! We collected 16 specimens of this sp. in western Travis County from April to July... Thanks again! Mike

It looks like a Parthenicus species.
And i suspect it to be P. juniperi.

According to Henry 1982, P. juniperi has "General coloration pale testaceous, hemelytra often tinged with salmon pink, anterior 1/2 of pronotum tinged with greenish yellow, scutellum usually black or strongly infuscated," etc.

The linked paper shows the key, description, and photos of Parthenicus species, and you may confirm my suggestion.

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