Butterflies and Moths of North America

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  Sighting 455669

Bumblebee Metalmark
Baeotis zonata

Observation date: Unknown
Data source: J.E. Llorente et al.
Submitted by: legacy.reporter (J.E. Llorente et al.)
Specimen type: Specimen
Observation notes: Llorente, J. E., A. M. Luis & I. F. Vargas.  2006.  Apéndice general de Papilionoidea: lista sistemática, distribución estatal y provincias biogeográficas, pp. 945-1009.  In: Morrone, J. J. & J. Llorente (Eds.). Componentes Bióticos Principales de la Entomofauna Mexicana. Las Prensas de Ciencias, UNAM, Mexico, D. F. 2 Vols.; Butterflies were trapped and usually released. In cases where the identity of a trapped butterfly was uncertain or unknown, it was collected for determination at, and integration into the Zoology Museum at El Colegio de la Frontera Sur, Chetumal, Mexico (duplicate specimens are deposited at the Zoology Museum of the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Mexico, Mexico City).
Status: Resident
Verified by: legacy.verifier (J.E. Llorente et al.)
Verified date: May 18, 2009
Coordinator notes: None.
Checklist region(s): Oaxaca, Mexico