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Episernus sp - Episernus trapezoideus - male

Episernus sp - Episernus trapezoideus - Male
Sandia Mnts, Bernalillo County, New Mexico, USA
July 20, 2010
Size: 3.7 mm
Thanks to Boris, I looked at my specimens and found 15 females. So I went back and beat spruce foliage. Got ten more specimens and one was a male. 24:1 females! Must be my technique.

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Episernus sp - Episernus trapezoideus - male Episernus sp - Episernus trapezoideus - male Episernus sp - Episernus trapezoideus - male

Moved
Moved from Episernus.

technique?
Don´t think so. Probably the species´ season was in the second part, and males die quicker.

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