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Bastrop State Park, Bastrop, Bastrop County, Texas, USA
July 22, 2010
Det. M. A. Quinn, 2022

spmn in the TAMUIC


Moved from Byrrhodes.

Caenocara, I think
can't see clearly if incision in eye, or not.

Looking at the antennae figures 48-57 on pdf page 120 (original document lists page as 116)

I see that Caenocara has a single large horn-shaped segment on the antennae while Byrrhodes has multiple medium-size horn-shaped segments. (sorry I didn't research the correct terminology)

l-- vs. ^^-

this one, too

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