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Photo#753049
Nomada, dorsal - Nomada cressonii - male

Nomada, dorsal - Nomada cressonii - Male
Ames - Tullamore, Story County, Iowa, USA
May 22, 2008
Size: 9 mm
Woodland Malaise trap, May 12 to May 22, 2008.
This was returned with identification by S. Droege, N. cressonii

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Male
On the flagellum, segment F1 is very short, less than half the length of F2 and the pedicel barely protrudes from the base. That make this 11 flagellomeres. = ♂

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