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Photo#264946
Belostomatidae, maybe Abedus sp.? - Abedus

Belostomatidae, maybe Abedus sp.? - Abedus
Catalina State Park, Canada del Oro Wash, Pima County, Arizona, USA
April 9, 2009
Size: 34mm

Yes, an Abedus
Large size and the distinctly short scutellum (compared to the claval commissure) are diagnostic for genus.

 
Thanks for your help with my aquatic group, Tim!

 
You are welcome :)
Now I have to photograph and sort through my own catch of aquatics hauled up from the river this afternoon. :-/

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