No Common Name Condylostylus caudatus (Wiedemann, 1830)

Description:

From John F. Carr (BugGuide, 5/12/2016): There are three Condylostylus species with a tuft of hairs on the tail (males only): caudatus is common in eastern USA; graenicheri is common in Florida and has the last hind tarsomere expanded; and connectans is uncommon in northeastern USA and has a weak tuft of hairs and last hind tarsomere expanded. Females are not easily distinguishable, if at all.

There are 4 records in the project database.

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A male Condylostylus caudatus in Kent Co., Maryland (5/9/2016). Determined by John F. Carr/BugGuide. Photo by Shannon Schade. (MBP list)

A mating pair o Condylostylus caudatus in Prince George's Co., Maryland (9/1/2017). Verified by John F. Carr/BugGuide. Photo by Barbara Thurlow. (MBP list)

A Condylostylus caudatus female consuming a Midge female in Charles Co., Maryland (8/1/2017). Determined by John F. Carr/BugGuide. Photo by William Wise. (MBP list)

A Condylostylus caudatus in Charles Co., Maryland (6/24/2017). Determined by John F. Carr/BugGuide. Photo by William Wise. (MBP list)


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