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Diachus - male

Diachus - Male
Wild Basin Wilderness Preserve, Austin, Travis County, Texas, USA
May 6, 2010
Det. M. A. Quinn, 2010

This is a good Diachus sp. It's a central Texas specialty. It's probably undescribed. Your image is of a male - males are always bicolored. Females are uniform greenish. I've taken it by beating "Spanish oak" [Q. buckelyi] early in the spring. (E. G. Riley, pers. comm. 2010)

spmn in the TAMUIC

Moved from Diachus.

Moved from Insects.

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