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Photo#504142
Sepedon sp. - Sepedon armipes

Sepedon sp. - Sepedon armipes
Chibougamau, Nord-du-Qu├ębec County, Quebec, Canada
June 21, 2010
A beautiful specimen of Sepedon sp., with nicely sculpted femora and curved tibiae. My guess would be S. armipes Loew, 1859, but I don't know all of the species whose range include this locality.

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Moved from Sepedon.

Sepedon armipes Loew
Yes, it certainly is Sepedon armipes Loew, the only Sepedon species in Quebec with those uniquely shaped hind femora.

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