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Jadera antica

Jadera antica (Walker 1872)

Jadera antica
J. antica adult. Dried collection specimen.

Range: Florida and Caribbean
Hosts: Cardiospermum corindum (Faux Persil) and Koelreuteria elegans (Chinese Rain Tree)
Physical description: About 7 to 10 mm in length. Typically reddish brown with red scutellum and partially red pronotum. Ventral side is partially brown on thorax and red elsewhere. Appendages are brown.


J. antica has been found in Florida but the exact collection location is not known.

Red markers = locations of collection sites
Blue region(s) of land = inferred range
3/4 inch = 500 miles
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