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Mt. Washington throscid - Aulonothroscus constrictor

Mt. Washington throscid - Aulonothroscus constrictor
Mt. Washington, Coos County, New Hampshire, USA
July 4, 2007
Size: about 3.3 mm
Found this guy on the exterior of bark covering a dead log I was stripping in my Forest Service-approved search for Py*tho str*ictus. Its larger size and more pronounced terminal antennomeres tell me it is a new species for me and for bugguide.

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Mt. Washington throscid - Aulonothroscus constrictor Mt. Washington throscid - Aulonothroscus constrictor Mt. Washington throscid - Aulonothroscus constrictor Mt. Washington throscid - Aulonothroscus constrictor

Moved
Moved from Aulonothroscus.

Moved

Aulonothroscus
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Thanks, Belov.
I guess that make two spp. for this genus so far.

 
must be A. constrictor
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Thank you, Belov.
That's one constrictor I don't think will strangle me ;-)

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