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Molorchus bimaculatus Say (reddish form) - Molorchus bimaculatus - female

Molorchus bimaculatus Say (reddish form) - Molorchus bimaculatus - Female
s. of College Station, Brazos County, Texas, USA
April 19, 2009
Molorchus bimaculatus Say (reddish form)
Det. E. G. Riley 2009

Moved

I'd call this...
...Molorchus bimaculatus semiustus. Actually, in my opinion semiustus is a valid species due to broad sympatry with nominotypical bimaculatus across the southeastern U.S. The same goes for ssp. corni and celti (but that is a debate for another day).

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