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Earwig- Euborellia? - Euborellia arcanum - female

Earwig- Euborellia? - Euborellia arcanum - Female
Gray Court, Laurens County, South Carolina, USA
October 30, 2013
Size: 18.7 mm

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Earwig- Euborellia? - Euborellia arcanum - female Earwig- Euborellia? - Euborellia arcanum - female Earwig- Euborellia? - Euborellia arcanum - female Earwig- Euborellia? - Euborellia arcanum - female Earwig- Euborellia? - Euborellia arcanum - female Earwig- Euborellia? - Euborellia arcanum - female Earwig- Euborellia? - Euborellia arcanum - female

Moved tentatively
Moved from Euborellia.

Moved
Moved from Anisolabididae.

 
Euborellia
Again, I guess that this is the newly described Euborellia arcanum. It's just erstaundlich that this kind of Florida as far as could spread to the US without which it strikes someone.
It's already crazy when our Chancellor Angela Merkel hires her cell phone goes at NSA, CIA, FBI, the red light on. When Earwig the US and now even conquered Europe noted that no. (Laughing) :-))))

Description sp.nov. under: http://mapress.com/zootaxa/2015/f/zt03956p139.pdf

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