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Photo#1609712
Ptenothrix? - Ptenothrix

Ptenothrix? - Ptenothrix
Packwood, Lewis County, Washington, USA
November 1, 2018
Size: 3 mm
On cloth early morning adjacent to mixed conifer and deciduous woodlot.

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Moved

Ptenothrix sp.3
A new undescribed species that we tentativelly called sp.3 at www.collembola.org
It is quite variable in dorsal pattern.
I do like this particular pattern. It is a true halloween form ;-)

 
Very cool! I have been taking
Very cool! I have been taking photos of as many individuals as I can find to look at the variability in patterns. P. maculosa is the most numerous and shows variability in all aspects of a base pattern. Lots to look at!

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Moved from ID Request.

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