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Photo#147556
barklouse - Valenzuela flavidus

barklouse - Valenzuela flavidus
Groton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA
September 22, 2007
Size: 3.2mm

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Moved
Moved from Valenzuela.

Moved
Moved from Caeciliusidae.

Valenzuela sp.
Tom is right this is one of the "honey wings", Family Caeciliusidae. Conveniently this family only has two genera in the US and Canada. The family Xanthocaecilius has two species with yellow and green eyes respectively (see photo#87070). Therefore this is individual is from the other genus Valenzuela (a great sounding name!). Sorry can't take it farther yet.

 
Valenzuela flavidus
Ed Mockford det.

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