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Oecanthus varicornis seems to be mainly found in Texas. The coloration and body shape seems to more closely match Oecanthus fultoni.
Thank you ornithoptera80 and Mark Ridgway!
your correct i'll change the suggestion,thank you(:
ornithoptera80 - Shouldn't your scientific name be 'Oecanthus varicornis' Oecanthinae is a subfamily name not genus.
Spotted on Aug 29, 2019 Submitted on Aug 29, 2019
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