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Village of San Leanna (south Austin), Travis County, Texas, USA
July 21, 2008
Det. M. Wallace, 2021

at UV lights in a small mesic patch under a canopy of oak/willow...

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Palonica Palonica

Moved from Telonaca ramona.

"certainly not Telamona ramona, but some type of Palonica, either viridia or nogalana. I can't be 100% sure of which, although viridia is the more common species, with nogalana only recorded from AZ. It looks close to nogalana based on the specimens I have, but photo doesn't show a good lateral view." — Matt Wallace

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