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Photo#51717
Haploa confusa

Haploa confusa
Hampton, Virginia, USA
May 7, 2006

Moved
Moved from Haploa.

Moved

Haploa confusa would be my guess.
They range from yellow to orange..



-Gehan Gehale

 
I agree, Haploa confusa
the uniform yellow stripe along the middle of the back is mentioned as an identifying characteristic in Wagner(1).

 
Too far south?
Too far south?

 
No response on Range
so we'll move it back. Pattern certainly fits confusa better than the others.

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