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Apiomerus longispinis

Apiomerus longispinis
Montosa Canyon, Santa Cruz County, Arizona, USA
July 28, 2010
Can someone ID to species? Triatoma gerstaedkeri or T. rubida? The color of the margin's marks are true (white).

Apiomerus longispinis
Somewhat shiny with typical discrete white connexival markings. Pronotum appears unicolorous but difficult to see in the shade.

Moved from Apiomerus.

Moved from True Bugs.

Moved from ID Request.

I think you're right

Apiomerus longispinis?
I'm not an expert, but I think looks closer than Tiatoma...

I agree.
I agree with Yurika's ID.

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