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Photo#770114
Cophes obtentus

Cophes obtentus
Marlton, Burlington County, New Jersey, USA
May 13, 2013
Size: Maybe around 6 - 6.5 mm?
Pointless ventral?

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Cophes obtentus Cophes obtentus

most pointful belly, Sir.
don't even think about it.
shows the intracoxal gutter, the deep recess receiving its snout at rest: feature distinguishing this subfamily from the one where Cono~ belongs

 
Ah
hidden nose, Thanks. Mostly these images just amuse my FaceBook friends in an album called "Bugs Junk". It started as a childish response to my other album "Bugs Mugs", and now my friends all have an excuse to make bug-porn jokes.

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