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Jadera pyrrholoma

Jadera pyrrholoma (Stal 1870)

Jadera pyrrholoma
J. pyrrholoma specimen, Smithsonian Institute.

Range: Bolivia, Brazil, Columbia, Ecuador
Physical description: About 14 to 18 mm in length; largest species of the genus Jadera. Dark brownish black dorsal side; area around eyes are red or yellow and sides of pronotum are dark red. Center line of pronotum is well defined. Ventral side is mostly brown or black; costal margins are red. Appendages are dark brown or black.
May resemble: J. haematoloma (sides of pronotum are red; much smaller in overall size; head is wider)


Estimated J. pyrrholoma range
J. pyrrholoma has been found in Bolivia, Brazil, and Ecuador, but the exact location(s) 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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