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Photo#542068
C. pectinicornis - Chauliodes pectinicornis

C. pectinicornis - Chauliodes pectinicornis
[Private Property], Carter County, Tennessee, USA
July 1, 2011
Size: 4-5 inches
Came to porch light at our cabin, elevation about 3500 ft near Roan Mountain, TN. Location is beside forested lake with mixed hardwood and hemlock with understory of mostly Bayleaf Rhododendron.

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C. pectinicornis - Chauliodes pectinicornis C. pectinicornis - Chauliodes pectinicornis C. pectinicornis - Chauliodes pectinicornis

Moved

 
Did I move these to the wrong
Did I move these to the wrong location? Sorry about that.

 
No
One of them just didn't move, and so I retagged them and moved them all together. I was hoping that'd solve the problem of trying to add the blown up image of the antennae, but it didn't.

Moved

no stonefly; this is a fem. dobsonfly
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Moved from Stoneflies.

 
Thanks
for the prompt relocation. I'm guessing it's a C. pectinicornis, based on the season and the yellow markings on the protothorax. Also, I've blown up shot to show that the antennae are pectinate, not serrate, eliminating female C. rastricornis, but for some reason, it won't let me add the image.

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