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Attelabus nigripes - Homoeolabus analis - male - female

Attelabus nigripes - Homoeolabus analis - Male Female
Rocky Point Natural Resource Area, Suffolk County, New York, USA
June 22, 2014
New for New York in BugGuide.

Moved from Synolabus nigripes.

Homoeolabus analis instead
for arguments.
Long neck of top individual clearly seen.

lack of spines on male
I think these would be visible in this pic. Yes?

straight tibiae on female
Doesn't that suggest Homoeolabus analis?

LeConte 1876 mentions that Homoeolabus analis has blue tinge. Others have mentioned that Synolabus not blue. I agree that this looks more like Homoeolabus analis.

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