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Neoconocephalus caudellianus - Neoconocephalus triops - female

Neoconocephalus caudellianus - Neoconocephalus triops - Female
Maitland, Orange County, Florida, USA
October 17, 2019

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Moved
This appears to be N. triops instead. Cone is wider than long, and ovipositor looks more like that of triops. This is also right on the southern edge of the range of N. caudellianus, but smack in the middle of N. triops range (which is much more abundant and likely to be found out of proper habitat)

Moved from Caudell's Conehead.

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