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Neoclytus acuminatus hesperus Linsley - Neoclytus acuminatus

Neoclytus acuminatus hesperus Linsley - Neoclytus acuminatus
Brackenridge Field Lab, Austin, Travis County, Texas, USA
August 5, 1994
Det. D. J. Heffern

spmn in the UTIC, Austin, TX

How do you tell N. a. hesperus from N. a. acuminatus? When I read the Linsley 1964 book, The Cerambycidae of North America: Part V, I got the impression that N. a. acuminatus was simply darker in more places.

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