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Dichordophora phoenix? - Dichordophora phoenix - male

Dichordophora phoenix? - Dichordophora phoenix - Male
Sweeney Granite Mountains Desert Research Center, San Bernardino County, California, USA
June 1, 2019
Size: approx 11-12mm bodylength
This looks like a good match for the 13 photos of the Phoenix Emerald already in bugguide, but none of those are from California so your expert ID confirmation or correction will be greatly appreciated! Or is Dichordophora impossible to key out from Dichorda species without dissection/sequencing...?

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