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Photo#1345014
Barklouse - Trichadenotecnum slossonae

Barklouse - Trichadenotecnum slossonae
Elkton, Cecil County, Maryland, USA
June 13, 2016

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I was wrong.... here is Mockford's comment
This is T. slossonae (Banks),based on the extensive dark areas in the radial and medial sectors of the forewing, leaving only the pale costal areas of the cells, and that the dark spot in the pterostigma covers over half of that cell.

Ed

 
Thank you!
Thank you Diane and Dr. Mockford! Thank you so much for your time with this ID. New Genus and Specie for Maryland Biodiversity Project, very exciting! Also thank you so much for your description, it is such a wonderful learning experience with the experts at Bugguide.

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This specmien is a member of the..
Trichadenotecnum alexanderae Complex which includes T. alexanderae (sexual), T. castum (parthenogenetic), T. innuptum (parthenogenetic) and T. merum (parthenogenetic).The range may help with identification, but close examination and dissection are probably required to know for sure. I will pas this on to Dr. Mockford.

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Lovely Trichadenotecnum
I'll have to study this one for further ID.

 
Thank you Diane!
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