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Jadera schuhi

Jadera schuhi (Göllner-Scheiding 1979)

Jadera schuhi
J. schuhi specimen, Berlin Museum.

Range: Venezuela
Physical description: About 8 to 11 mm in length. Dorsal side is brown with sparse spotting (except on the sides of hemelytra, which are bright red). Sides of head and pronotum are orange. Tip of scutellum is lighter in color than rest of scutellum. Pronotum is relatively long and broadens posteriorly. Ventral side is light ochre, much of which is covered in coarse red spots. Appendages are brown.
May resemble: J. coturnix (less slender, more extensively spotted)


Currently, we cannot infer a range for this species because we do not know what host plant it uses and have only one recorded collection point.

Red marker = location of collection site
3/4 inch = 1000 miles
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