Incurviseta viridana

Incurviseta viridana – has head and antennae fulvous, thorax with grey dusting over a largely blackish green integument, abdomen metallic greenish, and legs fulvous testaceous with only obscure darker markings present. The mesonotum has three pairs of postsutural dorsocentrals (0+3), the anterior pair rather weak, and intradorsocentral bristles in four series, the outer two series irregular. I. viridula is most similar but differs in the aforementioned chaetotaxy having only two distinguishable dorsocentral pairs (0+2), and all four intradorsocentral series regular.

Mid February 2018
The Springs
Mount Wellington, kunanyi
Incurviseta viridana Incurviseta viridana