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Photo#174856
Rybaxis sp.? - Reichenbachia corporalis

Rybaxis sp.? - Reichenbachia corporalis
Bolton, Worcester County, Massachusetts, USA
March 30, 2008
Size: 1.5-2mm

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Rybaxis sp.? - Reichenbachia corporalis Rybaxis sp.? - Reichenbachia corporalis

Moved
Moved from Reichenbachia.

It's a deal
I'll save it for you in exchange for it's name:-) R. corporalis makes sense, since I found it under the same rock as the one I got 2 years ago.

Reichenbachia
Probably R. corporalis. Rybaxis has an antebasal sulcus on the pronotum connecting the antebasal foveae, Reichenbachia does not (three separated foveae - no sulcus). Save for me and I will put a name on it.

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