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Gyascutus - Gyascutus dianae

Gyascutus - Gyascutus dianae
Palm Desert, Riverside County, California, USA
May 23, 2020
ID'ed on iNatalist by Joel DuBois as either D. dianae or D. carolinensis (https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/47028072). Has oval gray eyes and a greenish colored body covered with short velvety hairs.

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Gyascutus dianae
The gold reflections can be seen. G. dianae was common from South of Palm Desert on May 29th. I did not see any G. carolinensis. G. carolinensis is more coppery with dark pink reflectionsis. It is not out just yet.

 
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