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Stenolemus schwarzii Bergroth - Stenolemus schwarzii

Stenolemus schwarzii Bergroth - Stenolemus schwarzii
Laguna Atascosa NWR, Rio Hondo, Cameron County, Texas, USA
November 5, 2009
Det. V Belov, 2019

spmn in the TAMUIC

the leg warmers worked! it's a country record
TAMU-ENTO X0821220

Moved from Stenolemus spiniventris.

Stenolemus spiniventris Signoret
This species and S. lanipes are the only two in the United States with a pedunculate pronotum. This specimen is sufficiently distinct in hemelytral color pattern from the images of the southeastern S. lanipes in the Guide. Furthermore, S. spiniventris is known from Cameron County, Texas(1).

Moved from Stenolemus.

not spiniventris? prob. something new to fauna
i found this specimen, plus two from Hidalgo Co that key out nicely to spiniventris indeed -- but this one does not (scutellar spines thin & acute), and has those cute leg-warmers absent in what seem to be real spiniventris; i'll get back to it shortly

ha! sweet...

Moved from True Bugs.

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