Length: typically 4.2-4.5 mm
Adults are common in West Virginia in late Spring, and are active through October.
This species is common in West Virginia, where it is near the northern edge of its range. It ranges south and west to Texas.
No other species is easily confused with Tylozygus geometricus.
Left: the dark abdomen is tinged with yellow.
Right: A dark face is characteristic of Tylozygus geometricus.
The Insects of West Virginia website also features nymphs of genus Tylozygus.
Insects of West Virginia