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Photo#489559
Hibana gracilis - female

Hibana gracilis - Female
Marlton, Burlington County, New Jersey, USA
Size: Maybe around 8 mm?
My bad, she was still a bit teneral the first series :-(

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Hibana gracilis - female Hibana gracilis - female Hibana gracilis - female Hibana gracilis - female Hibana gracilis - female

Moved
Moved from Hibana.

teneral -- "Condition of rece
teneral -- "Condition of recently molted individuals, when they are pale and soft-bodied." A new term for me!

 
It's an unusual day
when you're learning something looking at my posts, I'm used to it being the other way around. :-)

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