The identification of this specimen is not positive because some of the key characteristics conflict. The uniform amber tint of the wings and the rusty-colored mid-ventral
markings on some of the abdominal sternites
point to Cinygmula uniformis
, but I could not locate the small ventral subapical
spines on the penes
that are supposed to also diagnose that species (the ones visible in the pictures aren't the ones I'm talking about). If I prioritize that characteristics, this would probably be Cinygmula mimus
, but then the wing and sternite
shading/markings are wrong.