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Yet one more Dinardina....

Yet one more Dinardina....
Enumclaw, King County, Washington, USA
March 4, 2015
Size: ~ 2.7 mm
Extracted from berlese funnel trap, near same habitat as recent Dinardina. This one smaller yet at 2.7 mm, and I have more views of this one.

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Yet one more Dinardina.... Yet one more Dinardina.... Yet one more Dinardina....

Moved
Moved from Dinardina.

Reminds me more of Thiasophil
Reminds me more of Thiasophila, but I've never seen one with antennae that thick before.

that's the stuff...

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