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Photo#483960
Blattodea - Cryptocercus wrighti

Blattodea - Cryptocercus wrighti
Swannanoa, Buncombe County, North Carolina, USA
January 1, 2011
Size: about 2 cm
in rotten wood

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Blattodea - Cryptocercus wrighti Blattodea - Cryptocercus wrighti

Moved tentatively based on location
the only sp. known to occur in this area is C. wrighti (see map) -- the Appalachian Cryptocercus have been split into 4 spp. based on chromosomal differences(1)

Moved from Brown-hooded Cockroach.

cool.
Moved from ID Request.

 
Ugh V!
Just spent some time trying to figure out what this is, about to say Cryptocercus punctulatus and then you come along and just move it! :)

 
thanks =v= and Natalie.
thanks =v= and Natalie.

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