Three subspecies (protracta, navajoensis, woodi) have been reported from the U.S. They are polymorphic in appearance. T. protracta woodi is featured in the images here.
- Overall dark brown to black
- Mouthparts with short hairs; becoming longer at tip
- Pronotum uniformly light brown to black
- Tip of scutellum short, broad
- Legs short, stout
Estimated U.S. Distribution
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- Page last updated: November 2, 2010
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