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Stenocranus - Stenocranus brunneus

Stenocranus - Stenocranus brunneus
Houston, Harris County, Texas, USA
August 22, 2010

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I've uploaded a different photo with a more natural background. Moved from Stenocranus.

Possibly undescribed; there are no species recorded from TX, and this is browner than the known species in this genus. Try and catch a specimen or two!

P.S. Why is the background red?

I definitely will!

Haha, it's red because I was shooting with my tablecloth in the background.

Stenocranus brunneus
Described from IL and KS, but here recorded from TX for the first time.

Thanks to Charles Bartlett (U DE) for assistance in figuring out what this photo represents.

(p.s., next time use a sky blue cloth as background if possible)

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