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Myrmosula? - Myrmosula parvula - female

Myrmosula? - Myrmosula parvula - Female
Outside of Clinton, DeWitt County, Illinois, USA
June 29, 2012
Size: < 1 cm
I'm quite positive that this is a myrmosid, and would even go as far as to say it belongs in the genus Myrmosula. This beautiful girl was found on some exposed earth in a shady forest about half an hour before sundown.

Moved from Myrmosula.

Moved from ID Request.

You got it! Myrmosula sp.

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