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Photo#1133647
 Hyperaspis MAQ sp. 3 - Hyperaspis

Hyperaspis MAQ sp. 3 - Hyperaspis
Davis Mountains Resort, 5,800 ft. (Dave Marqua residence), Jeff Davis County, Texas, USA
July 1, 1993
Det. M. A. Quinn, 2015

coll'ed by Dave Marqua, Malaise trap set: VI-28-VII-5-1993

spmn in the TAMUIC

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Rather like annexa, isn't it ?

 
somewhat similar to H. annexa
but I note four differences in the pattern (plus the range) which seem to separate it from H. annexa...

 
It's certainly not like Gordon's figure of annexa
but closer to this one labelled as such from CA

Given variation in this group one would assume that these are all integrading patterns. But the known range of annexa certainly is way out.

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