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I’ll set some aside.
These look a bit like what I’ve been calling B. subluridellus from MD (obs 285844), VA (e.g., obs 248578 and obs 248580), and NC (obs 255442). However, that taxon has been described by Smith & Thiers from MI and its occurrence in the southeast and the Gulf area is probably somewhat of a wishful thinking.
If you saved these, I would of course greatly appreciate a sample. :-)
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