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Agrilus bespencus Barr - Agrilus bespencus - female

Agrilus bespencus Barr - Agrilus bespencus - Female
Camp Swift National Guard, Bastrop, 8.6 km N., Bastrop County, Texas, USA
April 11, 2003
Det. N. Woodley, 2020

coll'ed by J.C. Abbott, ex. malaise trap, set 4.IV to 18.IV.2003

spmn in the UTIC, Austin, TX

Moved from Agrilus pubescens.

Agrilus bespencus Barr
This is A. bespencus Barr, described in 2008. Barr mentioned that the species keys to A. pubescens Fisher. This photo matches with specimens I collected in Texas in 2018. A. bespencus has a very slightly, medially depressed upper frons, visible in this photo, which A. pubescens doesn't have.

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