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Teneb - Haplandrus fulvipes

Teneb - Haplandrus fulvipes
Pulaski County, Kentucky, USA
May 12, 2007
Size: 10 mm
Is this Haplandrus fulvipes? It emerged from a pupa found in a piece of rotten pine (or at least some kind of conifer).

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correct genus, "looks" like f
correct genus, "looks" like fulvipes, but I don't know what the other species in the area are.

 
thanks
This genus is apparently one of those that needs some work. Its fits the description well.

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