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31May2017.UF.P.Coleo.4 - Galerita bicolor

31May2017.UF.P.Coleo.4 - Galerita bicolor
New Bloomfield, Callaway County, Missouri, USA
May 31, 2017
Size: 20 mm

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31May2017.UF.P.Coleo.4 - Galerita bicolor 31May2017.UF.P.Coleo.4 - Galerita bicolor

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Galerita bicolor is my guess, but hard to be certain from photo.

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head shot added
Thanks Curt. A head shot has been added. I'm leaning toward G. bicolor as well.

Galerita janus?
Another overhead shot of the head could likely provide a reliable ID, G. bicolor and G. janus, are most easily differentiated by head shape. The more noticeable curve at behind the eyes suggests G. janus.

 
thanks
Head shot has been added. Thanks Jordan

 
My bad
No problem. The others are right G. bicolor. I believe I mixed the two up writing my response.

Galerita sp.
Galerita sp.

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