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Anisodactylus harrisii

Anisodactylus harrisii
Tippecanoe County, Indiana, USA
September 15, 2005
Size: 12 mm
Characters: unicolorous black; spurs of front tibiae not trifid, though swollen basally; elongate hind tarsi; hind angles of pronotum more or less rounded; clypeus with two setigerous punctures on each side; frontal foveae prolonged; lateral depression of prontoum well developed.

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Anisodactylus harrisii Anisodactylus harrisii

Lovely species
They are uncommon amongst the other Anisodactylus in my area.

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