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Phyllobaenus corticinus (Gorham)  - Phyllobaenus corticinus

Phyllobaenus corticinus (Gorham) - Phyllobaenus corticinus
Sabal Palm Sanctuary, se Brownsville, Cameron County, Texas, USA
March 7, 2009
Det. John Leavengood, 2011

spmn in the TAMUIC

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Phyllobaenus corticinus (Gorham)  - Phyllobaenus corticinus Phyllobaenus corticinus (Gorham) - Phyllobaenus corticinus

Moved
Moved from Phyllobaenus.

Phyllobaenus corticinus (Gorh
Phyllobaenus corticinus (Gorham). I'll be publishing on this country record soon with a discussion on the species and its radical variation.

Moved
Moved from Hydnocerinae.

Per Jacques Rifkind:

For now, that one is in Phyllobaenus. Eventually it will probably be put in a new genus. There are a lot of new Hydnocerine genera, including a couple in the US.

 
Comment per Bob Gemmill
"It is clearly closely related to Phyllobaenus niveifascius Schaeffer, and a bit more distantly to P. unifasciatus Say."

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