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Coordinator notes: This individual was identified as C. gloverii by examining the antennas. On gloverii sensory hairs on antennal pectinations are somewhat appressed and do not exceed the diameter of the pectinations. On C. nigrita, the length of these hairs are 1.5 to 2 times greater than the diameter of the pectinations.