This is the first zorapteran I've seen and it was a very exciting discovery. I felt it might be a worthwhile addition to the guide. Given its geographic location, it is most likely Zorotypus hubbardi. It was discovered in a rotting log that was infested with termites, but was located in a region of the log that was more solid and had few (or no) termites present. When discovered, it ran very fast. This photo was taken with the zorapteran temporarily contained in a small plastic box. The photo was taken with a Nikon D70 fitted with a 2x teleconverter, a 105mm macro, a +2 lens and a remote SB-R200 speedlight.
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