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Jadera similaris

Jadera similaris (Göllner-Scheiding 1979)

Jadera similaris
J. similaris specimen, Berlin Museum.

Range: Ecuador
Physical description: About 8 to 11 mm in length. Dorsal side mostly light brown except for head and scutellum, which are red. Ventral side is yellowish red. Appendages are brown.
May resemble: J. harrisi (coarse dark spots on wings), J. coturnix (narrower head, sides of pronotum more bent), and J. silbergliedi


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 = 500 miles
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