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Likely Ceriana ancoralis? - Ceriana ancoralis - male

Likely Ceriana ancoralis? - Ceriana ancoralis - Male
Guadalupe Canyon, Cochise County, Arizona, USA
April 30, 1972
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Note the "peculiar lobe" at the anterior angle of the 1st abdominal segment, emphasized in Curran(1924) as a distinctive character of C. ancoralis (see last sentence of initial paragraph of his discussion here, and also 15th line from the bottom of pg. 38).

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Likely Ceriana ancoralis? - Ceriana ancoralis - male Likely Ceriana ancoralis? - Ceriana ancoralis - male Likely Ceriana ancoralis? - Ceriana ancoralis - male Likely Ceriana ancoralis? - Ceriana ancoralis - male Likely Ceriana ancoralis? - Ceriana ancoralis - male Likely Ceriana ancoralis? - Ceriana ancoralis - male Likely Ceriana ancoralis? - Ceriana ancoralis - male

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Moved from Ceriana.

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