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Photo#1051948
Baris umbilicata (LeConte) - Baris umbilicata

Baris umbilicata (LeConte) - Baris umbilicata
Commons Ford Ranch Metropolitan Park, 4 mi NE Bee Cave, Travis County, Texas, USA
March 31, 2015
Det. J. Prena, 2015

coll'ed via sweeps of low creek-side mixed vegetation

spmn in the TAMUIC

Verification of ID
Baris umbilicata (LeConte) I agree with Jens, matches mine perfectly. Dr. Prena is "Mr. Baridinae" and knows them far better than I. You can go to the bank with his ID's.

 
Thanks!
Mr. Baridinae said, "I am rather reluctant to provide IDs for groups that need revision. Many of the currently used names will not hold. The situation is particularly bad with the barids and dryophthorids. From what I can see on the photo, your specimen is Baris umbilicata. This is one of the few species with a valid name."

Moved
Moved from Baridini.

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