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6 records for Smilia fasciata Mecklenburg County

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Smilia fasciata102572021-04-13Ken Kneidel5Adultstuck on a tree band on Quercus phellos; the 5 individuals were seen among roughly 50 trees checkedArrowood Rd, near Pineville01_Photo
stuck on a tree band on Quercus phellos; the 5 individuals were seen among roughly 50 trees checked
Smilia fasciata102572020-05-03Rob Van Epps2AdultCame to UV light. Suburban yard near woods.Davidson, NC01_Photo
Came to UV light. Suburban yard near woods.

Came to UV light. Suburban yard near woods.

Came to UV light. Suburban yard near woods.
Smilia fasciata102572020-04-17Ken KneidelfewAdultmale, on Willow Oak, Quercus phellos, stuck in Tanglefoot on a tree band, others of both sexes nearby to be submitted separatelyColville Rd, CharlotteWillow Oak (Quercus phellos)01_Photo
male, on Willow Oak, Quercus phellos, stuck in Tanglefoot on a tree band, others of both sexes nearby to be submitted separately
Smilia fasciata102572020-04-06Ken Kneidel1Adultfemale on a tree band on oakRomany Rd, Charlotteoak01_Photo
female on a tree band on oak
Smilia fasciata102572020-04-05Ken Kneidel1Immature6.5 mm stuck in Tanglefoot on oak tree band; probably S. fasciataWalker Rd, Charlotteoak01_Photo
6.5 mm stuck in Tanglefoot on oak tree band

6.5 mm stuck in Tanglefoot on oak tree band

6.5 mm stuck in Tanglefoot on oak tree band

6.5 mm stuck in Tanglefoot on oak tree band
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