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Drunella sp 2 what species?  - Drunella coloradensis

Drunella sp 2 what species? - Drunella coloradensis
Keller, Ferry County, Washington, USA
August 11, 2010
Size: 11 mm

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Drunella coloradensis/flavilinea
Joseph-

This (not as mature) nymph is either Drunella coloradensis or D. flavilinea, which are difficult enough to differentiate from one another, that they are commonly grouped as Drunella coloradensis/flavilinea. However, given that, of the two species, only D. coloradensis has been recorded from Ferry County, odds favor that species.

 
less mature Drunella nymph
Interesting! Thanks for looking at these pictures. I had no idea they might be the same species, just different instars. Thanks.

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