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Idiocerus - Idiocerus lachrymalis

Idiocerus - Idiocerus lachrymalis
Dartmouth Organic Farm, Hanover County, New Hampshire, USA
August 1, 2014

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I. lachrymalis- tentative
"The most easily seen difference between I. venosus and I. lachrymalis is size: the former is 5.6-6.1 (males) and 5.8-6.6 mm (females), the latter are at least 0.1 mm longer (usually 0.5 mm longer), and the male antennal disc of the former is a third the length of the antenna, whereas in lachrymalis it is only a quarter as long as the antenna.

Just looking at your photo I would surmise that what you have is a male of lachrymalis, but you would need to examine the specimen to be sure." AH

Moved from Idiocerus.

venosus?
See also lachrymosus

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