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Macrocentrus aegeriae - female

Macrocentrus aegeriae - Female
Somerset, Pulaski County, Kentucky, USA
June 28, 2012
Size: 8.2 mm
Taken at UV light.

Moved from Macrocentrus.

Dr. Ahlstrom expects that the specimen would also key to aegeriae with his key.

Per Dr. Michael Sharkey.

Moved from Macrocentrinae.

thanks guys
I don't have Ahlstrom's recent revision of this subfamily, but looking at Muesebeck's revision (1932), this keys to M. aegeriae and fits its description very well.


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