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DELPHACIDAE Members: NC Records

Pareuidella weedi - No Common Name



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© Kyle Kittelberger- probably weedi
Taxonomy
Family: DELPHACIDAESubfamily: Delphacinae
Identification
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Description: A dark brown species, sometimes orange in color, that typically has brown wings and dark venation. The thorax, abdomen, head, and legs are a dark brown color, if the specimen is dark. The face lacks any dark coloration, being unicolorous. For images of a pinned specimen and to compare with other members of this genus, see: UDEL.
Distribution in North Carolina
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Distribution: Widespread throughout parts of the United States; also found in Mexico, Cuba, Bermuda, and Puerto Rico (UDEL)
Abundance: Uncommon, recorded across the Piedmont and Coastal Plain; probably more abundant throughout this area. Of the species in this genus most likely to be encountered in North Carolina, this is certainly the most common.
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Habitats and Life History
Habitats: Has been found in open grassy areas.
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Behavior: Usually attracted at night with a light.
Comment: C. Bartlett notes that you cannot really tell apart members of this genus externally. However, P. weedi is the most common and likely species to be encountered.
Status: Native
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Species Photo Gallery for Pareuidella weedi No Common Name

Photo by: Kyle Kittelberger, Brian Bockhahn
Washington Co.
Comment: open forest habitat; "you can't really tell the Pareuidella species apart externally, but weedi is the most common" CB
Photo by: Kyle Kittelberger, Brian Bockhahn
Washington Co.
Comment: open forest habitat; "you can't really tell the Pareuidella species apart externally, but weedi is the most common" CB
Photo by: Kyle Kittelberger, Brian Bockhahn
Washington Co.
Comment: open forest habitat; "you can't really tell the Pareuidella species apart externally, but weedi is the most common" CB
Photo by: Kyle Kittelberger, Brian Bockhahn
Washington Co.
Comment: open forest habitat; "you can't really tell the Pareuidella species apart externally, but weedi is the most common" CB
Photo by: Kyle Kittelberger, Brian Bockhahn
Rockingham Co.
Comment: grassy area near mixed hardwood forest and a pond
Photo by: Kyle Kittelberger, Paul Scharf
Gates Co.
Comment: open, grassy area near mixed hardwood forest
Photo by: Kyle Kittelberger, Paul Scharf
Gates Co.
Comment: open, grassy area near mixed hardwood forest; identified from specimen
Photo by: Kyle Kittelberger, Paul Scharf
Gates Co.
Comment: open, grassy area near mixed hardwood forest
Photo by: Kyle Kittelberger, Paul Scharf
Gates Co.
Comment: open, grassy area near mixed hardwood forest; identified from specimen
Photo by: Kyle Kittelberger, Paul Scharf
Gates Co.
Comment: open, grassy area near mixed hardwood forest
Photo by: Kyle Kittelberger, Paul Scharf, Brian Bockhahn
Rockingham Co.
Comment: attracted at night with a light
Photo by: Randy L Emmitt
Orange Co.
Comment: UV light
Photo by: Mark Shields
Onslow Co.
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