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Pnirontis - Pnirontis infirma - female

Pnirontis - Pnirontis infirma - Female
Houston, Harris County, Texas, USA
August 17, 2008

Moved
Moved from Pnirontis.

Pnirontis infirma
I'd say this can be moved to species. The first antennal segment is armed below and the front legs/shadows look like there is only one set of tibial spines. The jugae are fairly long too. The fuscous coloration looks more like infirma though that isn't a reliable character. This is a female.

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