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Anthonaeus agavensis?? - Nitops pallipennis

Anthonaeus agavensis?? - Nitops pallipennis
Amargosa Valley, Inyo County, California, USA
April 8, 2017
Size: 3mm
Not visible in this photo, but this insect has strong, distinct mandibles. I can add a ventral photo if needed. I think this might be Anthonaeus agavensis and not Nitops.

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Anthonaeus agavensis?? - Nitops pallipennis Anthonaeus agavensis?? - Nitops pallipennis

must be this one
Moved from ID Request.

 
Nitops looks right to me

 
Cool, thanks! Little stuff st
Cool, thanks! Little stuff still gives me issues.

 
With mandibles?
With mandibles?

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