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Paroligolophus agrestis 22871

Observed: 18th September 2013 By: Wildlife Ranger
Freshwater Environment & Ecology Trust
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Description:

Note the Red Mite locked on the cuticular segments where the skin is thinner
Close up view of the trident assembly on the Clypeus trident is small but the middle spine is slightly larger and sloping forwards. A few tubercles behind trident is also typical
ideally a Microscopic exam of the genitalia would be required

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Species interactions

No interactions present.