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Photo#2032243
Globular pair - Pseudobourletiella spinata

Globular pair - Pseudobourletiella spinata
Metro Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
August 28, 2021
on sphagnum moss

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Pseudobourletiella spinata juvenile

 
Thanks! How do you tell this from B. arvalis?
How do you tell this from B. arvalis?

 
The number of subdivisions in ant.4
In B. arvalis max 8
In P. spinata more then 15.

 
Thank you!
Very good to know

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