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Re: [beemonitoring] Augochlora azteca

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  • Jack Neff
    Kimberly: I have a single female of what I take to be A. azteca collected in November, 1999 on a ranch in Hidalgo Co., TX. A. azteca seems to be much less
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      Kimberly: I have a single female of what I take to be
      A. azteca collected in November, 1999 on a ranch in
      Hidalgo Co., TX. A. azteca seems to be much less
      common than A. aurifera in S. TX.

      best

      Jack


      --- kimberly huntzinger
      <kimberly_huntzinger@...> wrote:

      > More importantly I am looking for specimens of
      > Augochlora azteca from Texas. Anyone know of any
      > holdings of such specimens?
      >
      > kim
      >
      >
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