Jadera peruviana (Göllner-Scheiding 1982)
Physical description: Brown dorsal side with a reddish brown head and red sides of the pronotum. Ventral side is yellowish red with dark spots. Appendages are brown. Rostrum is brownish yellow and extends past the posterior coxae.
J. peruviana has been found in Peru, but the exact location(s) of where it was collected are not known. Currently, we cannot infer a range for this species because we do not know what host plant it uses and have no recorded collection points.
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