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sum(score * weight) /
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Both plittii and conspersa have stictic + norstictic (K+y to red). Difference is lower surface as you say. Sorry!
Those are the most common here (you’re right – the other two species don’t seem to be well known – I can’t even find any illustrations of X.norhypopsila). X.conspersa is supposed to have black lower surface, while X.plittii – pale to brown lower surface.
Well, sure there are lots, but there aren’t insane numbers like in the desert southwest. (If that’s a lot, look at a checklist for South Africa someday.:) This is entirely plausible. Spot test verification would be nice, but the odds are good anyway.
No specimen were taken, only visual ID, for what’s it worth (not much, I guess).
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