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Selonodon, but which one? - Selonodon mandibularis - male

Selonodon, but which one? - Selonodon mandibularis - Male
Inverness, Sumter County, Florida, USA
June 8, 2011
This was from a Malaise trap in a xeric area that's a mix of sandhill and scrubby flatwoods.

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Selonodon, but which one? - Selonodon mandibularis - male Selonodon, but which one? - Selonodon mandibularis - male Selonodon, but which one? - Selonodon mandibularis - male Selonodon, but which one? - Selonodon mandibularis - male Selonodon, but which one? - Selonodon mandibularis - male Selonodon, but which one? - Selonodon mandibularis - male

Moved
Moved from Selonodon.

Selonodon mandibularis
I'm thinking strongly this is mandibularis but will wait to key one out to be certain.

 
mandibularis
I never got around to this, sorry. It keys out well to mandibularis. Hasn't been recorded from Sumter Co, yet but occurs over much of central Florida, so this locality should not come as a surprise.

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Very nice, with these shots it should be easy to get a species-level ID. I will check my revision of the genus in the next couple days. You wouldn't happen to have extra specimen(s) for voucher-ID would you?

 
got a shot of prosternal process?

 
just posted a prosternal process pic
Looks like one of the skinny ones. It's weird not having a scope handy, as I can't see what's there really until I look at the picture afterwards.

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