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Photo#61593
Aderidae species

Aderidae species
Photo by N. Gompel and J. P. Gruber. Acquired with Automontage (Syncroscopy).

Top Row, left to right:
Emelinus melsheimeri (LeConte, 1855) - male
Emelinus melsheimeri (LeConte, 1855) - female
Zonantes subfasciatus (LeConte, 1855)
Zonantes fasciatus (Melsheimer, 1846)

Bottom Row, left to right:
Vanonus vigilans Casey, 1895
Cnopus impressus (LeConte, 1875)
Elonus basalis (LeConte, 1855)
Elonus nebulosus (LeConte, 1875)

Beauty!
If you'd like, I can separate these into individual shots and make pages for them. We could also leave the big one at this level as a comparison shot. What do you think?

 
Go ahead if you want to
I should have posted them separatelyfrom the begining.

Should be at Aderidae family level
This very interesting photo can be placed directly at the level of the family Aderidae--just tag the image and then follow this link, then click on the link labelled "Move tagged images".

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