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I think this is Lecontia discicollis but this is smaller than others I have seen. - Lecontia discicollis

I think this is Lecontia discicollis but this is smaller than others I have seen. - Lecontia discicollis
Jemez Mountains, Sandoval County, New Mexico, USA
May 7, 2013
Size: ~16mm
East Fork trail, under bark of a dead pine.

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I think this is Lecontia discicollis but this is smaller than others I have seen. - Lecontia discicollis I think this is Lecontia discicollis but this is smaller than others I have seen. - Lecontia discicollis I think this is Lecontia discicollis but this is smaller than others I have seen. - Lecontia discicollis

Did you notice any signs of f
Did you notice any signs of fire damage on these dead pines? I am trying to find this species in Utah, but I don't know if I'll have luck finding it in non burnt wood.

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