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Lacon - Lacon marmoratus

Lacon - Lacon marmoratus
Brazos Bend St. Park, Fort Bend County, Texas, USA
March 27, 2017
Could this be L. marmoratus? The only one with a dorsal pattern similar to mine. However the legs are not all yellow as in some shown here. Thanks for any help here.

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Lacon - Lacon marmoratus Lacon - Lacon marmoratus

Moved, marmoratus it is!
Moved from Lacon.

 
cool
i think i got one of these at porch lights in the fall, too

 
in TX...
the only somewhat similar-looking thing would be L. mexicanus. Lacon marmoratus has a sharply-delineated groove on the hypomeron for reception of the front tarsus; mexicanus lacks such a groove.

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