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2 records for Cedusa obscura Mecklenburg County

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Cedusa obscura145412021-09-13Ken Kneidel1AdultThis female was caught in the same sweep with a Cedusa obscura male, so it's likely this is also C. obscura. Habitat was an open, weedy, marsh.Harrisburg Sports Complex01_Photo
This female was caught in the same sweep with a Cedusa obscura male, so it's likely this is also C. obscura. Habitat was an open, weedy, marsh.

This female was caught in the same sweep with a Cedusa obscura male, so it\'s likely this is also C. obscura. Habitat was an open, weedy, marsh.
Cedusa obscura145412021-09-13Ken Kneidel3Adult4.1 mm, caught in a sweep through an open, weedy, marshHarrisburg Sports Complex01_Photo
4.1 mm, caught in a sweep through an open, weedy, marsh

4.1 mm, caught in a sweep through an open, weedy, marsh

4.1 mm, caught in a sweep through an open, weedy, marsh