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Photo#816873
dwarf challenge - Glenognatha foxi - female

dwarf challenge - Glenognatha foxi - Female
Meramec River @ Pacific Palisades Conservation Area, border St. Louis-Jefferson County, Missouri, USA
July 7, 2013
Size: 1.4 mm

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dwarf challenge - Glenognatha foxi - female dwarf challenge - Glenognatha foxi - female dwarf challenge - Glenognatha foxi - female

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Glenognatha?
The eyes and venter remind me a lot of Glenognatha, though the pattern is different from the G. foxi images I've seen. It's a little closer to the fig. 273 (p. 67) in Levi 1980a, but some parts must are very faint.


Let's see what others think.

 
G. foxi
would have also been my guess.

 
thanks, Kyron
The ventral side is especially convincing.

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