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If you find this again in 2013, it would be great if you could dry it and post on MO about it.
This year there is a project to obtain “citrina-like” specimens from as much of North America as possible, for DNA analsysis.
For more about the project contact me and/or check the new (temporary) species pages on which we are publicly sorting our data on three taxa that are commonly called A. citrina f. __lavendula_. One is the real thing…we suppose.
The code names are sp-lavendula01, sp-lavendula02, and sp-lavendula03.
Created: 2012-04-09 21:25:01 BST (+0100)
Last modified: 2012-04-10 00:44:09 BST (+0100)
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