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Neorthopleura texana (Bland) - Neorthopleura texana

Neorthopleura texana (Bland) - Neorthopleura texana
9 mi. SE Seguin, Guadalupe County, Texas, USA
April 12, 2014
Det. M. A. Quinn, 2014

coll'ed at UV lights

spmn sent to TAMUIC

Is there an explanation for t
Is there an explanation for the light arcs midway down the elytra? Also, I wonder if the description of the genus should revise dark red pronotum to dark red or dark brown pronotum. It seems that there are a number of individuals where the pronotum is not red.

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