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Photo#1084981
Arctachaea--voucher image - Chrysso - male

Arctachaea--voucher image - Chrysso - Male
Jessenland Unit--Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge, Sibley County, Minnesota, USA
June 12, 2015
Collected during bioblitz with USFWS. Specimen died before habitus could be taken. Specimen in alcohol; stack of 14 images.

Keys out to this genus in SONA. Femur I: ~3.1mm; Patella/Tibia I: ~3.5mm; Metatarsus I: ~3.0mm; Tarsus I: ~1.1mm. Sternum bordered in black; legs lack black spotting; legs I, II, and IV have brown at distal joint of tibia. This size is larger than either A. pelyx or A. nordica.

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Arctachaea--voucher image - Chrysso - male Arctachaea--voucher image - Chrysso - male Arctachaea--voucher image - Chrysso - male Arctachaea--voucher image - Chrysso - male

Moved
Moved from Arctachaea. Arctachaea is in synonymy with Chrysso.

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