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Hornless? Looks pretty horny to me! ;-)
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are the horns those three bumps on the forehead then?
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No, they are the large protrusions beneath the eyes.
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ah, shaped a bit like ant jaws, jutting forward and arcing inwards, above the mouthparts - got it, I think
Not mouthparts as they jut out too much. In image 2 you can see the horns and the mouthparts albeit closed are below.
exactly, quite clear now. You can see they're at an angle, the pair rolled half-way down the side of the log and got stuck in a handy web where they remained
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