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Photo#395728
cat - Heterocampa astartoides

cat - Heterocampa astartoides
Wild Basin Wilderness Preserve, Austin, Travis County, Texas, USA
May 6, 2010

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Nice! We're making progress.
Mike, do you think we should just move the other images from Texas to astartoides?

 
move the other images from Texas to astartoides?
Probably, but it wouldn't hurt to check with Opler, Adams, Wagner, Covell, etc. to semi-formally straighten the situation out...

Moved

Moved
Moved from Insects.

How about H. astarte
?

 
Heterocampa astarte not in Texas...
Despite what BAMONA shows, H. astarte isn't in Texas per Charles Bordelon (pers. comm. 2010). These are the spp. recorded from Travis Co. with a few others nearby...

7978 Heterocampa astartoides*
7985 Heterocampa subrotata
7990 Heterocampa umbrata
7995 Heterocampa biundata

*H. astartoides is listed as "Common" in the area (1). It almost has to be this sp., as it ain't any of the others...

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