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Photo#745364
Lepiseodina conspicua

Lepiseodina conspicua
Camp Creek Run, Marlton, Burlington County, New Jersey, USA
May 31, 2012
Size: Maybe around 2.5 mm?
I'm assuming that this is Lepiseodina conspicua

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L. superba or L. conspicua.
L. superba or L. conspicua. Need to look at the ascoids (prominent, transparent sensilla on the antennal flagellomeres) at ~50x or higher. In superba, ascoids are paired and simple. In conspicua, they are paired and bifurcate. Very easy to distinguish once you've seen both.

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Neat pictures!!

 
Thanks
It was close to too small for my camera, but I took a lot so a few came out pretty good. I chilled it to get some extra time.

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