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Difficult to tell which "species" of Apodemia from this angle

Most authors split what was traditionally called "mormo"

Apodemia virgulti?

Depends on your taxonomic viewpoint

Apodemia Metalmark - Moved




I can see how that might leave one scratching their head.

Parnassius in North America have been split up, including behri,

This would be Apodemia mormo autumnalis

Apodemia virgulti?

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Metalmark - Moved




Apodemia mormo

Maybe Apodemia mormo?

specimens in Yavapai County

I think it could be Apodemia mormo autumnalis


Looks like Behr's

Hi all,

Mormon Metalmark


Some have the "virgulti" types as part of Apodemia mormo,

I intended to tackle this group a couple of years ago,


Yes I know it

if I get time soon

Some good points

Mormon Metalmark

Potential addition to Other category?

Nice image of Lorquin's