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2 records for Micrutalis calva Warren County

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Micrutalis calvaHoneylocust Treehopper153132014-09-17Kyle Kittelberger, Brian Bockhahn, Paul Scharf1Adultopen grassy area within mixed hardwood forest habitat; "It is probably a form of M. calva which often has color and/or pattern variability. Since it is a female, positive ID based on the male genitalia can't be attempted." Mark RothschildCounty Line ParkKELAfound at night, attracted with a light01_Photo
open grassy area within mixed hardwood forest habitat; "It is probably a form of M. calva which often has color and/or pattern variability. Since it is a female, positive ID based on the male genitalia can't be attempted." Mark Rothschild

open grassy area within mixed hardwood forest habitat; "It is probably a form of M. calva which often has color and/or pattern variability. Since it is a female, positive ID based on the male genitalia can't be attempted." Mark Rothschild

open grassy area within mixed hardwood forest habitat; "It is probably a form of M. calva which often has color and/or pattern variability. Since it is a female, positive ID based on the male genitalia can't be attempted." Mark Rothschild

open grassy area within mixed hardwood forest habitat; "It is probably a form of M. calva which often has color and/or pattern variability. Since it is a female, positive ID based on the male genitalia can't be attempted." Mark Rothschild
Micrutalis calvaHoneylocust Treehopper153130000-00-00010_NC_Checklist