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Metacyrba taeniola taeniola - Metacyrba taeniola - female

Metacyrba taeniola taeniola - Metacyrba taeniola - Female
Marlton, Burlington County, New Jersey, USA
April 11, 2010
Size: Maybe around 4.5 - 5 mm?
Trying to see if people agree with "NOT adult female"?
From the timing here I think that it should mature soon.

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This subspecies, ranging from
This subspecies, ranging from the eastern US to the midwestern states and Mexico, can be distinguished from similis, the western subspecies, by femur IV being as dark as the other femora. (M. similis has reddish-orange femur IV.)

Moved
Moved from Metacyrba.

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