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Calliopsis  - Calliopsis fracta - female

Calliopsis - Calliopsis fracta - Female
Mt. Williamson Trailhead, off Angeles Crest Hwy.; elev. 2039m, San Gabriel Mountains, Los Angeles County, California, USA
June 19, 2007
Size: est. 6-7mm
Foraging in Eriodictyon trichocalyx.

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Calliopsis fracta
female

note lateral spot maculations on T1-2 vs complete bands on T3-4

linsleyi has different pattern of tergal bands and occurs in more xeric areas

 
Wonderful -
Thanks, John, for the ID and characters.

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Calliopsis (Nomadopsis sensu lato)
on that plant I would expect C. fracta and C. linsleyi

 
Thanks, John for ID
and spp. candidates. Do you happen to have a reference where I could check how linsleyi is distinguished from fracta?

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