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Apoecilus nymph - Apoecilus

Apoecilus nymph - Apoecilus
Hoosier National Forest, Monroe County, Indiana, USA
June 5, 2013
Marshall writes: "A. bracteatus has the second antennal segment distinctly longer than the last segment, unlike the otherwise very similar A. cynics." I've looked at photos of adults and am having a hard time seeing the difference. Can anyone elaborate? Thanks!