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Texananus spp.


Texananus spp., up to 6 mm, body and wings are gray (sometimes brown), white and black mottled, head is short, shorter than pronotum. Eyes appear dark with light brown stripes. Tarsus of front, middle, and hind legs are heavily spined. Usually found in grasses and some legumes.
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Revised:

September 11, 2003
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