Scientific Name: Raphismia bispina
Common Name: Mangrove Dwarf
Female Raphismia bispina has a black thorax and abdomen and covered with mottled yellow markings on the sides of the thorax and conspicuous yellow streaks along the sides of the abdomen. As the female matures, the markings on the thorax and abdomen are covered with pruinose.
It seems that females are more commonly encounter than the males.
This is a young female with hyaline wings, and clear yellow streaks along the abdomen.
Another young female.
Slightly aged matured female. Markings on the thorax and abdomen are obscured.
Another older female.