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Photo#1470309
Rosalia funebris

Rosalia funebris
Camp Lawton, Mt. Lemmon, Pima County, Arizona, USA
June 9, 2016
Size: 26 mm
This entry adds Arizona to the data map and a bit of variability in color pattern
Collected and determined by Jason T. Botz
Confirmed by Steve Lingafelter (based on the first image in this series). Steve replied: "That one really does have unusually reduced black elytral fasciae. I know that the European R. alpina is highly variable in elytral maculae, so no reason that R. funebris wouldn’t have similar variability."

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