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Orthosoma brunneum

Orthosoma brunneum
Parkwood, Durham County, North Carolina, USA
July 18, 2010
Size: 36 mm
Showing antennomeres, for use in key. Note that antennomere 2 is greatly reduced in this genus, as well as in the related Derobrachus. An excerpt of the key:
-Antennomere 3 equal in length to 1 and 2 combined, shorter than 4 and 5 ---> Orthosoma

Note also that antennomeres are not fimbriate in Orthosoma, but are so in Derobrachus.

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