- Mar 9, 2007
Isometroides angusticaudus. Often synonimised with A. vescus as there appears to be no definite geographic delineation. The former displays the 5th tail segment and vesicle as hirsute...as far as I know. Very difficult to locate. I found this one just recently on a field trip using black light. Coolish night, which did not help, air temp about 22C. Small species, about 30mm full length. This one appears to be an adult male going by its size and long pectines.