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Comparison of Mt. Charleston Timema to Reference Figures: Ventral - Timema nevadense - female

Comparison of Mt. Charleston Timema to Reference Figures: Ventral - Timema nevadense - Female
Mt. Charleston, Spring Mts, Hwy 158 nr xing Hwy 157, Clark County, Nevada, USA
May 15, 2017
This collage aligns Martin's ventral view photo of terminalia for a Nevada Timema specimen with figures for T. coffmani (left) and T. nevadense (right), from the references Vickery & Sandoval(1999) and Vickery(1993), respectively.

The specimen was collected by Katja Kramp on the southwest side of Mt. Charleston, not far from the type locality for T. nevadense in southern NV. The (geographically) closest known species, T. coffmani, from northwestern AZ is shown for comparison.

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Comparison of Mt. Charleston Timema to Reference Figures: Dorsal - Timema nevadense - female Comparison of Mt. Charleston Timema to Reference Figures: Ventral - Timema nevadense - female Comparison of Mt. Charleston Timema to Reference Figures: Lateral - Timema nevadense - female