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Stenolophus thoracicus - Agonoleptus thoracicus - female

Stenolophus thoracicus - Agonoleptus thoracicus - Female
Tippecanoe County, Indiana, USA
May 2, 2007
Size: 4 mm

Good to know
that others are now recognizing this cryptic species after it was recently pulled from synonymy with "Stenolophus conjunctus".

due to the paper by you and Yves that allowed for its identification. And thanks for publishing in an open-access journal!

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