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Photo#66391
Leptomantispa pulchella

Leptomantispa pulchella
Ocean Springs, Gulf Park Estates, Jackson County, Mississippi, USA
July 24, 2006
Size: ~ 15 mm
Can anyone help with species identification? It came to a black light.

Moved
Moved from Mantispa.

#66391 Identification -- Leptomantispa pulchella
This is the mantispid Leptomantispa pulchella (Banks, 1912).

 
Thanks for Identification
I was hoping someone would identify this to species!

 
How to tell from "yellow form" D. sayi?
A photo we have identified as the "yellow form" of Dicromantispa sayi from Tennessee:

looks identical to me.
Marshall (1), photo 255.2, says there is a "yellow form" of Dicromantispa sayi. How to tell it from L. pulchella?

Any comments, John?

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