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Spilodiscus arcuatus

Spilodiscus arcuatus
Petit-Cap, Westmorland County, New Brunswick, Canada
June 16, 2012
Size: approximately 10mm
In partially vegetated section of sand dune / estuary interface. Quickly burrowed into sand when disturbed.

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Spilodiscus arcuatus Spilodiscus arcuatus

ID supported in principle by Dr. Chris Majka
As per this discussion that took place on the site Birding NB:
Birding NB discussion
If eventually verified with a specimen, this would in fact be the first provincial record for this rather uncommon and poorly known species.

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