Observation notes: Not sure what I got here again, Help Please. Oh and Thank you so much again.
Verified by: jwileyrains
Verified date: June 16, 2023
Coordinator notes: Both of these sp., B. albescens and B. communis, occur in Starr County. They can't be distinguished from each other using photographs; dissection is necessary. Burnsius oileus also occurs in Starr County, and it also looks a great deal like these two sp., but I don't think that's what this is.