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Bristletail 01 (Trigoniophthalmus alternatus?) - Trigoniophthalmus alternatus

Bristletail 01 (Trigoniophthalmus alternatus?) - Trigoniophthalmus alternatus
Brownsville, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, USA
March 30, 2012
Size: 0.75 in (18 mm)
Different view of Bristletail 01

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Yes.
Yes, I think it is Trigoniophthalmus alternatus (Silvestri, 1904).

 
Thanks Matthew
I'd never seen one in the full sun like that before. They sure light up.

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