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122711 .1 - Corticoris signatus

122711 .1 - Corticoris signatus
Hillsborough County, Florida, USA
December 27, 2011
Size: ~3mm

Moved based on the key given by Gibson, 1917.
"The family Isometopidae Fieb. as represented in North America (Heteroptera)" Bulletin of the Brooklyn Entomological Society 12: 73-77

Moved from Corticoris.

super, guys.
Moved from Plant Bugs.

Moved for expert attention
Moved from ID Request.

Antennae are a good match for
Isometopinae... but this one doesn't seem to match any of those currently in the guide--at least not exactly. I'll be interested in seeing what the experts think.

I think that is the right area. Maybe a lightly marked
Corticoris signatus.

That's a possibility...
...but I'm hoping it's something new for the Guide. :)


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