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Photo#503315
Heterachthes ebenus - male

Heterachthes ebenus - Male
Middleburg, Black Creek Ravines Conservation Area, Clay County, Florida, USA
April 4, 2011
Size: 8.8mm
Light trap. This is the male to the previous similar submission. Antenna extends a full
three segments past the elytral apices and all the femora have a deep reddish color on
their first half whereas the female has all black femora. There may be other minor
character differences between them but the best clue for me was that this guy was the
"mounter" and the previous one was the "mountee".

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Heterachthes ebenus - male Heterachthes ebenus - male