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Fall Fund Drive


Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
April 2, 2017
Size: ~2 mm
Found this ciid today, on turkey tail (Trametes versicolor- or similar). It appears to have 10 antennal segments and transverse procoxae. I was leaning towards Cis but I wasn't able to dig into the keys with it as much as I'd like to. Hoping someone can fill in the gaps. I'd love to learn more of these from the Pacific Northwest.

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