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?Romalea - Taeniopoda eques

?Romalea - Taeniopoda eques
Paradise Cemetary, Cochise County, Arizona, USA
August 16, 2012

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Looks like a horse lubber nymph to me

 
I agree with Horse Lubber nym
I agree with Horse Lubber nymph. I don't think Romalea microptera ranges into Arizona. Eastern to Central TX is the Eastern Lubber's western limit, I believe.

 
Horse Lubber
After doing some checking, the ID on this is correct as Horse Lubber. Others of that species have been reported from the same general area, and as I stated earlier, Romalea microptera doesn't range this far west.

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