Length: typically 4.8 - 5.1 mm
Haplaxius pictifrons is common in the summer months.
The wings are usually clear, with the veins sometimes darkened, and with some dark coloration prominent toward the apex.
Some publications refer to this species as Myndus pictifrons.
Left: Two dark bands on the face give this species its scientific name. Certain related species have similar marks, however.
shape of the head, and the stripes on the pronotum, are traits
to look for in Haplaxius pictifrons.
American Insects site