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An InP surface thermally cleaned in an arsenic flux was observed using an ultrahigh‐vacuum scanning tunneling microscope (UHV‐STM). In the STM image, about 1.6 nm period lines of 0.8 nm width with two rows were observed along the  direction. This result suggests that the surface comprises two In‐In dimers and two missing dimers per (4×2) cells.