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Photo#1743669
Echmepteryx hageni? - Echmepteryx hageni

Echmepteryx hageni? - Echmepteryx hageni
Temple Hills, Prince George's County, Maryland, USA
October 24, 2019

Moved

I would have to see the front of the face to be sure.
But given the range this must be E. hageni. The other 2 American species are found in Florida.

 
Thanks
Diane. I saw another one today, and got a few more shots, including one that shows the front of the face. I added it here, as I am sure it is the same species.

 
Even if it's the same species...
...these should be unlinked. Linking is reserved for different views of the same specimen.

The two can be cross referenced by placing thumbnails in the Remarks section of each, if you wish.

Thanks!

 
OK
I've added another record, both side and front view of the one I found today. It is here:

https://bugguide.net/node/view/1744144

Thanks again, to both you and Diane.

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Looks right to me. Let's see if Diane agrees.

 
Thanks
What a bizarre little critter. Looks like some mad scientist decided to cross a barklouse with a caddisfly.

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