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Collembola - Superodontella cornifer

Collembola - Superodontella cornifer
Norfolk, Virginia, USA
March 27, 2010
Size: ~0.50mm-1.2mm
Family Odontellidae? Found on and around small patches of fungi on piece of decaying bark.

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Superodontella cornifer
Odontellidae, indeed. Well done!
Typically are the 'pyramid shaped' antennae.
Congratulations with this detailed study.

 
Thanks Frans
I will request a new guide page for them.

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