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Pachydesmus - male

Pachydesmus - Male
Clemson, Pickens County, South Carolina, USA
June 22, 2018
On campus, in leaf litter / mulch near Thornhill Village Apartments.
ID from photo by Jackson Means, Pachydesmus crassicutis incursus.

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I go for an apheloriinine of
I go for an apheloriinine of some sort. Never seen a Pachydesmus with remnants of middorsal dots or splotches. Also too glossy and just not the right color

 
Yeah on second look it doesn'
Yeah on second look it doesn't have the segmented, chunky appearance of Pachydesmus. I suppose it could be some aphelorine with a weird color pattern, or a rhysodesmine. Gonopod shots would help a lot!

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