Chlorochroa congrua    

habitat
In the United States, this species is typically found above 9000 ft. (Buxton et al. 1983).

seasonality
No information available.

identification
The anterolateral margins of pronotum reflexed; scutellum without median, longitudinal, yellow stripe, but with white apex; rostrum extending to last coxae. Smooth embolium with apex 3-fold the width of the base, and a white costal margin. Pygophore with well developed submarginal ridge, the margin tumid, shallowly excavate and truncation arcuate. Length 9-11 mm.

life history
No information available.

conservation
No information available.

diet info
No information available.

range
This species is reported from Colorado, Montana, and Wyoming (Buxton et al. 1983). Scudder and Thomas (1987) report its first Canadian record from Mt. Norquay near Banff Alberta from 1922 (Eric Hearle at UBC).

people
species page editorShpeley, D.2004 
species page authorWilliams, L.2003 

quick link
http://entomology.museums.ualberta.ca/searching_species_details.php?s=4238

 

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