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Colidii*dae? - Rhizophagus remotus

Colidii*dae? - Rhizophagus remotus
Jefferson Notch area, Coos County, New Hampshire, USA
May 12, 2007
Size: about 2.5 mm

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Moved from Rhizophagus.

 
Thanks for det., Belov.
Remotus it is.

I wonder...
There are three species on Don Chandler's NH list that this one might be: R. brun*neus, minuti*s rotundico*llis, and remo*tus. I'm taken with the R. m. rotund*icollis possibility since the top view of the pronotum shows a rather round outline. But it also appears to be a close match to the R. re*motus that Tom Murray has posted. Frankly I would expect R. bru*nneus to be a lighter, browner color based on the name.

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