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Jadera golbachi

Jadera goldbachi (Göllner-Scheiding 1979)

Jadera golbachi

Range: Argentina, Bolivia, and Ecuador
Physical description: About 7 to 10 mm in length. Dorsal side is brown and head is red with dark spots. Sides of pronotum are bulged slightly outward. Scutellum is reddish orange. Ventral side is yellowish orange and appendages are black.
May resemble: J. choprai (orange color more prevalent)


Estimated J. golbachi distribution
J. goldbachi has been found in Ecuador and Bolivia, but the exact locations of where it was collected are not known.

Red markers = locations of collection sites
Blue region(s) of land = inferred range
3/4 inch = 1000 miles
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