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Epitheca princeps? - Epitheca princeps

Epitheca princeps? - Epitheca princeps
Tweed, Hastings, Ontario, Canada
June 9, 2014
Collected at Drag Lake, about 7.25 km west of Tweed.
Habitat is rock (calcerous) bottomed, bordered by marshes.

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Epitheca
if you still have the exuvia take off the palps and count the hairs on the curved edge. E. princeps has 4.

see here:

 
Epitheca princeps
The 4 setae on the palps don't make it E. princeps, but the field of setae on the prementum does.

 
Thanks
Beautiful macros, I was studying these very pictures before uploading mine, didn't understand it was the setae that were important.

The palp look like it has four nubs where there were hairs, I can see them with a loupe but don't think my camera can manage an image. There are three other specimens, I'll examine those as well.

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