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Temelucha ferruginea ?

Temelucha ferruginea ?
Sainte-Martine, Quebec, Canada
July 30, 2020

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Temelucha ferruginea ? Temelucha ferruginea ?

Statistically, Temelucha woul
Statistically, Temelucha would be a reasonably good bet, as that genus alone comprises around 40% of our species of Cremastinae. The giant ocelli do align as well. As of Dasch (1979), there are 138 described species in the genus, though. The tip of the abdomen here is lighter than in the specimen identified by Dr. Carlson, so I would potentially suggest against the species for the moment.

 
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