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maybe-Onychylis par*vulus Burke - Onychylis parvulus

maybe-Onychylis par*vulus Burke - Onychylis parvulus
Lincoln National Forest, Eddy County, New Mexico, USA
May 10, 2009
Size: 3.1 mm
I'm thinking this is Onychylis par*vulus. The only paper I have on them is Burke's 1961 revision. Any confirmations or suggestions are appreciated.

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Moved
Moved from Onychylis.

ID
Onychylis parvulus Burke. A difficult genus to ID species. This species and nigrirostris are sister species. Excellent photos make ID possible.

 
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Thanks for the ID Dr. O'Brien.

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