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Acmaeodera tuta

Acmaeodera tuta
Hanaupa Canyon, Inyo County, California, USA
April 19, 2013
Size: 8mm
I recently had a live picture ID of this species. These two where with them but a little smaller. The elytra color patterns varied a little on all of them. I am thinking these are the same species. Am I correct? It is amazing how much color they loose once they die.

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Acmaeodera tuta Acmaeodera tuta

Moved from Acmaeodera.

Acmaeodera tuta...
as determined in previous submissions. Color may look different due to indoor light and various reflections seen here.

Moved from ID Request.

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