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Coccobaphes frontifer? - Lopidea

Coccobaphes frontifer? - Lopidea
Montrose, Laurens County, Georgia, USA
April 20, 2011
Size: unable to record
Could this be a slightly immature Coccobaphes sp.? I suspect it is if only because of the number of nymphs I have been finding the past couple of weeks. I have seen these before, but quite rarely in this area.

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Coccobaphes frontifer? - Lopidea Coccobaphes frontifer? - Lopidea

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Lopidea would seem to be a possibility...


But that's just a guess on my part. Wait to see what the experts have to say.

I can tell you that's it's not immature. It's got a full set of wings, so it's all grown up. :)

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