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White bug - Coniopteryx

White bug - Coniopteryx
South Austin, Travis County, Texas, USA
July 30, 2008
Size: > 5 mm
At lights in a small mesic area...

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White bug - Coniopteryx White bug - Coniopteryx

Moved from Dustywings.

Also curious...
Just wanted to second John's question regarding specific genus characteristics for this family. I'm sure that any further information you could add here, or to the guide page would be greatly appreciated by all.

What makes this Coniopteryx? How do you distinguish it from others? Could you help sort out the images up at family level?


Thanks, the ant. weren't right for white*flies
Thanks again, BTW I had a few more at the sheet a few moments ago, but am not sure where I put my last close-up attachment to shoot the littlest critters...

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