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Turtle Lake, 1621 1 3/4 St., Barron County, Wisconsin, USA
July 13, 2015

Moved from nymphs.

Sorry for the double move, but I'm having second thoughts about this one. It's much less spiny than most of the other Sinea nymphs in the Guide. More telling, it doesn't seem to have spines on the foretibiae. I wonder what an Acholla multispinosa nymph looks like?

Moved from Sinea.

Oh, you're right!
I didn't even consider other closely related genera on this one. It was very careless of me to not notice the spineless front legs. I agree with you that it is most likely Acholla, as there are just not that many choices that look like Sinea for that region. Thank you so much for pointing this out.

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