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Centris? - Centris rhodopus

Centris? - Centris rhodopus
Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona, USA
June 19, 2011
Size: ~1cm
Cool little guy fell in the pool of my cousin's place.

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Moved from ID Request.

Is the head cocked sideways o
Is the head cocked sideways on this picture? If not, I'd have to say Centris eyes don't wrap around like that I don't think. I'm thinking what I'm seeing must be an optical illusion.

Edit: never mind. I was seeing the right foreleg as an eye. Based on the red legs, I'd say Centris rhodopus. Let's see if an expert agrees.

 
Yes it is Centris rhodopus.
Yes it is Centris rhodopus.

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