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Photo#604187
Hump-backed springtail - Pseudobourletiella spinata - male

Hump-backed springtail - Pseudobourletiella spinata - Male
Butter Hill Wildlife Sanctuary, Pelham, Hampshire County, Massachusetts, USA
August 4, 2011

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Hump-backed springtail - Pseudobourletiella spinata - male Hump-backed springtail - Pseudobourletiella spinata - male

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Ah, that makes sense. It was right next to this one:

Pseudobourletiella spinata
A male specimen with characteristic hump-back (that is more distinct in males than in females) and typical spiny structure at the dorsal side of the anal segment.

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