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Glyphonyx 08 - Glyphonyx inquinatus

Glyphonyx 08 - Glyphonyx inquinatus
Tippecanoe County, Indiana, USA
May 23, 2007
Size: 4.75 mm
Another Glyphonyx. The wide sutural stripe seems different than the others.

Collected at UV light.

Moved
Moved from Glyphonyx.

Glyphonyx
There are a few species with this color pattern like this. Making them difficult to separate from Dalopius w/o examining tarsi and frons. There are several images under 'Dalopius' in BugGuide that I suspect are really Glyphonyx, as an ID was made by simply looking at this color pattern...

 
Dalopius
I didn't even look at those, went straight to Glyphonyx, lol. But this one does have pectinate claws. I'll send these along sometime to get names.

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