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are coarsely reticulate usually but I have found them with a fine reticulation and I find them to be variable enough that they may be a species cluster with undescribed look-alikes. Several species in my area look similar, B. nobilis, B. nobilissimus, B. gertrudiae and old bleached out specimens of Xanthoconium seperans can each and all resemble variipes to a great degree.
Created: 2010-08-03 03:46:08 SAST (+0200)
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