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Hypogastrura nivicola? - Hypogastrura nivicola

Hypogastrura nivicola? - Hypogastrura nivicola
Pelham, Hampshire County, Massachusetts, USA
February 28, 2010
Just wondering if this shot shows the setae clearly enough to say whether they are consistent with Hypogastrura nivicola. I can add shots of the whole animal if this image shows anything useful.

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Hypogastrura nivicola-group
Given we count 1+1 setae on the cephalic area just above (upper inbetween) the eyepatches the specimen belongs to the nivicola-group.
How long are the anal spines of this specimen?
Feel free to upload the whole animal shot.

 
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I've added several images... only the second one is the same individual as the one above with 100% certainty, but all were taken within a square meter or so. I can't see anal spines in any of the photos, so I guess they're very small, and therefore nivicola?

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