Epigomphus camelus Calvert, 1905Gomphidae
Male
Female
MaleFemale

Male identification:

  • Mesepistermun with one yellow stripe and a posterior spot.
  • Stripe on mesepimeron complete and uniformly narrow.
  • Cerci and lower appendage equal in length, cercus narrowed at apex in lateral view, lower appendage in lateral view with apex sharply cut with a sharp tooth on dorsal corner.
  • S10 with a prominent hump in lateral view.

Female identification:

  • Mesepistermun with one yellow stripe and a posterior spot.
  • Stripe on mesepimeron complete and uniformly narrow.
  • Occipital ridge with a pair of depressions or short tubercles.
  • Metepisternum with a complete yellow stripe.
  • Metepimeron with yellow stripe narrow, centered .
  • Vulvar lamina with branches acute and sinus broadly U-shaped.

Body length: 55.0

Species range in Middle America: Costa Rica

Male body length: 49

Male abdomen length: 37

Male hindwing length: 31

Updated: 14 June 2012





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