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Blue Streaks (ventral head) - Psorthaspis planata - male

Blue Streaks (ventral head) - Psorthaspis planata - Male
Tonopah Desert, Maricopa County, Arizona, USA
June 8, 2015
Size: 10mm
Note: The antennae segments are short, with the third segment (F1) less than 2X as long as thick. The second segment (pedical) is nearly as long as the first flagellum segment. (F1)
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