Agriogomphus tumens (Calvert, 1905)Gomphidae
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Male identification:

  • Extensive blue-gray markings on face, eyes blue.
  • Thorax mostly yellow with dark brown dorsum and a yellow antehumeral stripe.
  • Abdomen black with bold cream-white bands.
  • Upper appendages white.

Female identification:

  • Eyes black.
  • Top of thorax dark brown with a narrow dull yellow antehumeral stripe in center and a poorly defined stripe above humeral suture.
  • Basal one third of S3-7 each with a pale basal band.
  • Cerci white.

Size: Small

Body length: 42.0-44.0

Local distribution: Pacific slope at 50 - 400 m.

Habitat: Slow-flowing forest streams.

Species range in Middle America: Mexico, Guatemala to Panama

Male abdomen length: 31

Female abdomen length: 32

Female hindwing length: 27

Updated: 4 April 2008





Credits: Text and images copyright by William A. Haber, 2006-2011. Contact: argianegra@yahoo.com