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Epiplatea erosa

Epiplatea erosa
Redland, Dade County, Florida, USA
February 9, 2016
Size: 8 mm
Richardiidae - a fairly recent introduction to Florida

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Epiplatea erosa Epiplatea erosa

Moved from ID Request.

According to Steyskal (1958), Epiplatea erosa should have "prescutellar area occupied by a band of white pruinosity behind posterior dorsocentral bristles." I don't see that. On the other hand, the other species of the genus are ruled out by other characters.

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