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Photo#89018
Chunky, white, blind guy - Pseudosinella rolfsi

Chunky, white, blind guy - Pseudosinella rolfsi
Nashua, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, USA
November 28, 2006
Size: about 1.4 mm
Here the furcula is left straight out in the sprung position.

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Moved
Moved from Cyphoderus similis.

Moved

Cyphoderus similis
Hi Jim. This is the position of the furca that you need to distguish P.flavescens from T.minor on basis of their dental spines pattern.
But to shoot the spines array you will have to zoom in more closely...

 
Not possible with my equipment,
but I *could* focus better and crop way down on the dentes.

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