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Marine Isopod - Idotea balthica

Marine Isopod - Idotea balthica
Bailey Island, Cumberland County, Maine, USA
September 24, 2017
Size: 6mm long
This looks like Idotea balthica but the antennae seem different. Comments?

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Moved, Idotea balthica
Moved from Isopods. I assume you're referring to a few segments looking wider than usual. I think it's just the angle of the photos. I have photos of the antennae with these segments just as wide as in your photo.

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