IUCN threat status:

Not evaluated

Diagnostic Description

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Diareusa imitatrix Ossiannilsson

Length. — Male 35-39 mm, female 43-48; head 5.8 mm; ratio head/pronotum 2.2.

Hind wing with white spots. Head process similar to conspersa, but longer and narrower than other species with white-spotted hind wings.

This is the only Central American species and often has been misidentified as conspersa. Panamanians call this insect "totoran."

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