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Pseudozonitis labialis Enns - Pseudozonitis labialis

Pseudozonitis labialis Enns - Pseudozonitis labialis
Cameron County, Texas, USA
June 4, 2010
Det. J. Pinto, 2017

spmn in the TAMUIC

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Probably Pseudozonitis roseomaculatis Dillon --J.D. Pinto det.
his comment: "Probably P. roseomaculatis Dillon based on color of head. However, we need to see degree of separation of eyes beneath head (relative to their separation on upper surface) to confidently distinguish it from P. longicollis. This feature is critical for identifying Pseudozonitis to species since color patterns may be similar in different species. Unfortunately the underside of the head is not easily photographed."

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not sure of this det...
Riley (1) lists the following from the palm grove where these images were likely shot:

Pseudozonitis labialis Enns
Pseudozonitis longicornis (Horn)

given that Dr. Pinto says it might be the latter, I suspect that's what it is...

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