This species has a distinctive pale (usually W-shaped) dorsal marking on tergite 6, and all but the very darkest specimens (usually males) also have those markings on tergites 5 and 9. --Lloyd Gonzales
Contributed by tom murray on 15 February, 2009 - 8:27am Additional contributions by ceiseman, v belov Last updated 15 December, 2014 - 4:29pm
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