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Lampethusa nicholi Knight - Lampethusa nicholi

Lampethusa nicholi Knight - Lampethusa nicholi
Brownsville, Cameron County, Texas, USA
November 6, 2009
Det. M.D. Schwartz, 2010

spmn in the TAMUIC

Lampethusa nicholi Knight, 1933 -- det. M.D. Schwartz
Moved from Lampethusa.

 
Good! Thank you both!
^^

Moved
Moved from Plant Bugs.

It's a Lampethusa species.
In North America, there are two species anatina and nicholi in AZ and TX. But, I don't know which one...

 
Neurocolpus ??
I meant to file this under Neurocolpus as many similar spp. are posted there... Should some of those be here? Thanks, Mike

 
There is none like this in th
There is none like this in the Neurocolpus page as I know. This guy has a flattened and hairy first antennal segment while Neurocolpus never has a flattened A1. In addition, the cuneus of this guy curves abruptly while others do not.

Moved
Moved from True Bugs.

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