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Sepsidae > Themira putris
Raimo
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Posted on 07-09-2018 20:41
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Mid Sweden Aug 25 2018.
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Thankyou Paul.
 
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Hi Raimo,

Did you collect the specimen or have more photo's? It looks very interesting. It is just visible that the surstylus is very elongated, which is odd for Themira…

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No collecting. A few less good Pictures:
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Hi Raimo,

Thnx! Now it's clear. On the second and third photo you posted there are clearly visible: postpronotal (humeral) setae, and anterior tibia in front of the ventral protrusion with a spine having a bent tip -> Themira putris, male!

Nice photo's!

Greetings,

Ectemnius
 
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Nice, thankyou very much.
 
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