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Photo#214446
BG1622 C7485 - Lucidota atra

BG1622 C7485 - Lucidota atra
Gloster, Gloster Arboretum, Amite County, Mississippi, USA
March 31, 2007
Size: length to wingtip 12.2 mm
This is a good match for lucidota atra as seen here.
Confirmation/correction would be appreciated.
Gayle

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Moved
Moved from Lucidota.

Black Firefly
Three Lucidota species are known from North America ... this would be the common L. atra.

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Moved from Fireflies.

Moved

 
Lucidota.
I will concur with the genus, but am really reluctant to assign a species, not knowing which ones occur down there.

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