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Photo#1991168
Penniverpa festina - female

Penniverpa festina - Female
Orlando, Orange County, Florida, USA
June 26, 2021
Size: 10mm

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Penniverpa festina - female Penniverpa festina - female Penniverpa festina - female Penniverpa festina - female

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Female
Please re-crop & replace these first two shots.
For details on the ID, see here: ♀

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Just from friendly info from the bugguide submit page in case you were not aware: "The guideline for submitting to ID Request is up to three specimens per day. Please don't overwhelm our volunteers with your entire photo gallery!"

 
Sorry about that
I did not know that, I will start following that guideline. I usually collect several and then photograph them all at once and post here and to my website all at once. But I will limit it to 3 a day, thank you for letting me know.

 
OK
Yes, those are some old guidelines and there's more info about the Dos & Don'ts that some people may not know.
I would say that anything under ten a day is still probably good, because Ken is like some kind of an OCTOPUS and he seems to be able to move all kinds of images around every day! (blink of an eye)

 
Haha ok, good to know
Haha ok, good to know

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