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Photo#346117
Unknown earwig. - Euborellia - female

Unknown earwig. - Euborellia - Female
Holly Hill, Volusia County, Florida, USA
October 17, 2009
Size: 1 inch

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Unknown earwig. - Euborellia - female Unknown earwig. - Euborellia - female Unknown earwig. - Euborellia - female

This looks like
E. arcanum, but I'm not an expert. Hopefully Danilo will see this.

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Moved from ID Request.

This is a female, and looks to be an adult. Anisolabls maritima would have at least 20 antennal segments: I can't be sure of my count, but it has to be less than 19. The shorter basal segment and the lighter segments near the end also argue against Anisolabis maritima.

Florida has had several species of Euborellia reported: Euborellia annulipes should have some kind of markings around the legs- which this doesn't- but I have no clue which other species this might be.

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