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Hadromorphus n. sp. (nr. inflatus) - Hadromorphus

Hadromorphus n. sp. (nr. inflatus) - Hadromorphus
Pontotoc Ridge Preserve, Pontotoc, Pontotoc County, Oklahoma, USA
May 11, 2013
Det. P. J. Johnson, 2013

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Hadro. Inflates
More likely Hadromorphus n.sp. I have never seen H. inflatus from the southern plains.

 
interesting
I've seen Hadromorphus in the SE but they have all been from the mountains and piedmont. I havent seen any in the southeaster plains either (I will double check the maps ive created when I get home or on the weekend...)

 
H. inflatus
You should have the true H. inflatus in your area. This species barely reaches the plains, then into the plains and westward there is a diversity of morphological changes, some of which were named by Brown.

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