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Atalantycha neglecta - male

Atalantycha neglecta - Male
Parkwood, Durham County, North Carolina, USA
April 13, 2008
Size: 10 mm
Composite showing right middle (upper) and right front (lower) tarsi. Arnett et al. (1) give some technical characters for Rhaxonycha in a key to genera of this family:
  • mandibles simple, not toothed
  • both claws of all tarsi with an elongate basal tooth, so that claws appear to be broadly cleft

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Moved
Moved from Carolina Cantharid.

Moved
Moved from Rhaxonycha.

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