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Monorachis sordulentus?  - Monorachis sordulentus

Monorachis sordulentus? - Monorachis sordulentus
Trinity River National Wildlife Refuge, Liberty County, Texas, USA
July 23, 2016
Tentative ID. Seems to have fewer veins reaching the apex of the forewing than in Pintalia, as well as wider apical cells than in Pintalia.

[Edit: I heard back from Dr. Hamilton, who says, "Monorachis it is – the color pattern is also distinctive in long-winged individuals like this one. A new state record!" Also the first BG image for this genus.]

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