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Unknown spotting


The photos show two different individuals. Probably a male (photos 1 and 3) and a female (photo 2).

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Thank you Martin.

MartinL a year ago

These look like male and female.
Convex or concave interstices are often female in species where dimorphism occurs.
Males have enlarged first tarsal segment (part of the foot used to hold female when mating). I think images 1 and 3 are male and middle one is female.

SC, Brazil

Lat: -26.20, Long: -49.26

Spotted on Mar 8, 2016
Submitted on Mar 12, 2016

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