Gorse lacebug

Kalama tricornis

Kalama tricornis (Schrank, 1801), the Gorse lacebug, is a species of lace bug in the family Tingidae. It is found in Africa, Europe & Northern Asia , North America, and Southern Asia.
Kalama tricornis Considered a somewhat more "southern" species in the Netherlands. I found this one near Zwolle which is the most northern occurrence in the east of the country. Geotagged,Heteroptera,Kalama,Kalama tricornis,Lacebug,Netherlands,Tingidae,Tinginae

Appearance

Length 2,8-3,8 mm. It shares the wide, flat margins of the pronotum, that are only weakly produced forward with Acalypta spp. as well as the uniformly coloured vains in the wings, but can be distinguished from the species of this genus by the robust antennae with thick bristly hairs that are longer than the width of the antenna segments.

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Taxonomy
KingdomAnimalia
DivisionArthropoda
ClassInsecta
OrderHemiptera
FamilyTingidae
GenusKalama
SpeciesK. tricornis
Photographed in
Netherlands