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Photo#415282
Diceroprocta arizona - female

Diceroprocta arizona - Female
Fort Huachuca, Cochise County, Arizona, USA
June 19, 2010
Size: 17.5 mm
On agave in open oak area.

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Diceroprocta arizona - female Diceroprocta arizona - female Diceroprocta arizona - female

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Thanks, Bill !
Lots of progress on the BugGuide getting these bugs identified.

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Diceroprocta sp. (Best guess = D. knighti or arizona?)
There are several characters suggestive of either, but I'm not 100% on this one at all.
1) Pruinosity, Coloration and Pattern (however, these traits can be variable)
2) Dark infuscations marking the cross veins (near the wing apex / ~"Z" + infuscation near the costal margin below the "Z"...looks a bit like D. arizona)
3) Size
4) Locality

Compare here...(arizona & knighti??)
D. arizona ? D. knighti ?


OTHER POSSIBILITIES...?
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