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Ibaliidae - Ibalia anceps

Ibaliidae - Ibalia anceps
100 Acre Wood, Winneshiek County, Iowa, USA
June 10, 2016
Because this looks a bit different, I'm trying to turn it into a male.
But counting the antennae, I come up with 14. However, I'm not positive but I may be counting 2 as one.
Any thoughts? Thanks.

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