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Photo#469149
Pair of California bugs - Murgantia histrionica - male - female

Pair of California bugs - Murgantia histrionica - Male Female
Pleasonton, Shadow Cliffs Park, California, USA
March 19, 2004
Size: 9 mm
I browsed through most of the likely bug pictures but could not find anything close.

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Moved from ID Request.

Hans, My guess is the fema
Hans,

My guess is the female is on the right in your photo...it is slighty larger. also the male is slightly brighter.

yes, Murgantia histrionica [correct spelling]
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Can you tell which is male an
Can you tell which is male and which female?

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