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Little Armored Nymph - Carynota

Little Armored Nymph - Carynota
Alexandria, Fairfax County, Virginia, USA
May 5, 2008
Out on my concrete patio during the day.

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Carynota or Archasia
The sprawling posture is characteristic of this genus, and of Archasia (which is probably just a subgenus of Carynota). The color suggests Archasia, as all known nymphs of Carynota are brown.

 
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for more in the spring.

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