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Sumitrosis inaequalis (Weber) - Sumitrosis inaequalis

Sumitrosis inaequalis (Weber) - Sumitrosis inaequalis
Zilker Nature Preserve, Austin, Travis County, Texas, USA
July 3, 2009

Sumitrosis inaequalis (Weber)
This is the best name for this beetle. In central Texas, south to the Rio Grande Valley, specimens are on average of a pale coloration (as shown) and often the dark maculae are with slight metallic highlights, unlike the darker forms that occur to the east.

Moved
Moved from Sumitrosis.

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