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Trachyderes? - Dendrobias mandibularis - female

Trachyderes? - Dendrobias mandibularis - Female
Big Bend National Park - The Window, Big Bend County, Texas, USA
July 1, 2008
Size: about 3 inches
Is this just an *extremely* light T. mandibularis?

Should be corrected to

heh, Thanks. The 'h' key on my keyboard has been on the fritz lately.

Yes, I think so.
Variable species, could also be recently emerged and pigments have yet to "set."

Linsley does mention T. mandi
Linsley does mention T. mandibularis virens as being a subspecies from south Texas that has greatly reduced maculations. The specimen does appear teneral.

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