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Dicranopalpus ramosus 20284

Observed: 26th July 2013 By: Wildlife Ranger
Freshwater Environment & Ecology Trust
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Description:

In the Upper Canopy Shrub layers

Identifications
Species interactions

No interactions present.

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dejayM's picture

challenge

Neatly done Colin. Best be absolutely certain or it'll be embarrassing!
I see it as a challenge!
Can't agree yet - checking..
Look at the next post after yours - some coincidence!
ðerek

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Ref

This may assist

Harvestmen: Keys and Notes for the Identification of the Species

By Paul D. Hillyard, John H. P. Sankey

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Hi Derek (and hi WLR)

(In Britain) the 'forked' pedipalps are completely unique to this species. Cynically, I would say an easy species guaranteed to accumulate plenty of agreements. But why not?

Best wishes to both

Steve