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N. bipunctata

O. alexanderi

O. argentinus

O. californicus

O. celerinictus

O. exclama tionis

O. forbesi

O. fultoni

O. latipennis

O. nigricornis

O. niveus

O. pini

O. quadri punctatus.

O. varicornis

O. allardi - West Indies & Nicaragua

O. lepto grammus - Nicaragua (also known from southern TX)


Nicaraguan
Oecanthus
bakeri

Nicaraguan
Oecanthus
belti

Nicaraguan
Neoxabea
ottei


Nicaraguan
Neoxabea
cerro
jesusensis

Nicaraguan
Oecanthus
symesi

This is the metanotal gland developing in a 5th stage instar O. niveus nymph.