Subfamily: None defined in Derbidae
Length: typically 4.9 - 5.2 mm
This is one of the few Cedusa species distinctive enough to identify without dissection.
Osborn (1938) reported that most specimens are collected in association with Blueberry and Huckleberry.
Cedusa maculata has an overall whitish appearance, while most other Cedusa species are blue or black.
Photo locations: Hickory Flat, Buckhannon, West Virgina (upper three photos); Suchitoto, El Salvador (bottom two photos).
American Insects site