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Axinopalpus fusciceps LeConte - Axinopalpus fusciceps

Axinopalpus fusciceps LeConte - Axinopalpus fusciceps
Village of San Leanna (so. Austin), Travis County, Texas, USA
October 17, 2012
Det. P. W. Messer, 2013 (based on microscopic examination of this specimen)
Spmn in the PWMC

coll. at UV light at oak-elm savanna / wetland interface.

Moved
Moved from Tachys.

Axinopalpus fusciceps LeConte, 1851
Axinopalpus fusciceps LeConte, 1851
based on my microscopic examination of this specimen which is now a photo-voucher in the P.W.Messer collection. Thanks Mike.

A western "Axinopalpus" (alluding to hatchet-shaped apex of labial palp) that is colored mostly yellowish except for contrasting dark head, hence "fusciceps".

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