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Clivina dentipes

Clivina dentipes
Tippecanoe County, Indiana, USA
June 4, 2005
Size: 8.5 mm
Clivina dentipes. One of the larger Clivina, it is all black and has a strong spine near the apex of the middle tibia (2nd image). Additionally has tooth near apex of front femora (3rd image).

Also has the triangular interruption of the abdominal suture, as in:

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