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Species name

Diabrotica tricolor Jacoby 1887: 517

 

Type locality

Guatemala, Paso Antonio

 

Type depository

BMNH, lectotype, male, verified

 

Diagnosis

Body length 4.0-4.4 mm. Body width 2.1-2.3 mm. Head basic color black. Antennae serrate, with thickened antennomeres 4-8, bi- or tricolored, antennomeres 1-3 yellow, upper sides darkened, antennomeres 4-11 cinnamon brown. Maxillary palpi and labrum black or chestnut. Pronotum black, subquadrate, nonfoveate, shagreened with narrow long meshes. Scutellum black. Elytra yellow or rufous, with two bands of different color, basal band black or testaceous, medium band ochraceous-orange or rufous, apex yellow. Elytral epipleura bicolored, yellow, darkened in basal 1/3 to 1/2, sutural angle of elytra round, punctation scattered, fine. Abdomen yellow. Legs black. Aedeagus symmetric, with three internal sac sclerites.

 

Known distribution

Guatemala

 

Host plants

Unknown