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Nymph - Brochymena arborea

Nymph - Brochymena arborea
Garland, Dallas County, Texas, USA
June 24, 2009
Size: 3/8"

Probably Parabrochymena arborea
Joe Eger det.

Moved from Parabrochymena.

ID seconded by Don Thomas

Parabrochymena adult
Mine appears to be a different species, but I'm pretty sure yours is also a Parabrochymena

your bug has fully developed wings, which says it's an adult; adult bugs may be wingless or brachypterous [=having shortened, non-skyworthy wings], but nymphs never have full-size wings, only wingpads

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