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Ectobius sylvestris - male

Ectobius sylvestris - Male
Cornell Campus, Ithaca, Tompkins County, New York, USA
June 19, 2016
Swept from tall grass. Pretty sure this is E. lapponicus, but I have found E. pallidus in this area before and not quite sure how to tell them apart.

Moved
Moved from Dusky Cockroach.

Moved, E.lapponicus male...
E.pallidus males are much lighter and don't have the dark spot on their pronotum, as you can see in this picture:


Moved from Cockroaches and Termites.

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