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Anovia virginalis (Wickham) - Anovia virginalis

Anovia virginalis (Wickham) - Anovia virginalis
Gila National Forest, Grant County, New Mexico, USA
June 25, 1997
Size: 3.0 mm
I noticed that the guide was missing this one, our only native Anovia. The specimen is a little dirty but it is the only one I have in the collection.

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Anovia virginalis (Wickham) - Anovia virginalis Anovia virginalis (Wickham) - Anovia virginalis Anovia virginalis (Wickham) - Anovia virginalis Anovia virginalis (Wickham) - Anovia virginalis

Where do you see these guys?
Are they in trees or on lower shrubs or vegetation?

 
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Sorry, the label has no collecting details and my memory doesn't go back 18 years. I've been collecting in NM for more than 30 years and this was the only one I ever found.

neat...
Moved from Anovia.

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