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Zicrona caerulea

Zicrona caerulea
Albuquerque, NW, Bernalillo County, New Mexico, USA
June 2, 2003
Size: ~8mm
On sage brush with nymphs as well, wish I had a camera then.

Det. Sandra L. Brantley

Do you still have the specimen?
Would be a new and rather significant state record if this were actually Z. caerulea.

Should probably be submitted to someone like Dr. Thomas, Dr. Rider, or Dr. Swanson for verification.

Zicrona prob. americana --det. D.B. Thomas
[i'm not moving it because it's not a 100% ID; hope you can have the specimen re-examined. =v=]

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