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Glyphonyx 05 - Glyphonyx kulashi

Glyphonyx 05 - Glyphonyx kulashi
Hays County, Texas, USA
December 13, 1901
Size: ~ 3.75 mm
Collected by A Spikes in panel trap.

The last certainly not the least...
Sweet insect! Smith and Blasbaugh (1984) decribed this from 9 specimens in Gillspie, Comal and Uvalde Counties, TX. Easily recognized by small size, frontal and nasale carinae attached, Y-shaped prosternal spine, and dark chocolate color contrasting the yellowish legs.

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