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911363.006922Plataea personaria – (Edwards, 1881)
Distribution Data for Plataea personaria
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Field Marks:
"This contrastingly colored species can be recognized by the sharply angulate t. a. line crossing the cubital vein at the junction of Cu1 and Cu2, by the solid black discal dot, and by the sharply defined s. t. line..." - Am. Mus. Novit., 2595: 11.
Genitalia: See Am. Mus. Novit., 2595: 1-27, figs. 18 (♂), 30 (♀).
Plataea personaria
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