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Blue-Faced Habronattus Male - Habronattus borealis - male

Blue-Faced Habronattus Male - Habronattus borealis - Male
Tulsa, Tulsa County, Oklahoma, USA
May 13, 2009
Size: ~3-4mm (?)
Another full-body view.

When I first spotted this little guy, I expected him to turn around and have a bright red face - like the Habronattus coecatus I am familiar with in Oklahoma - but his entire head was dark and his facial markings were slightly blue.

Anyone have any suggestions on what species he may be?

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