photos of sand mt blue

Stan Gorodenski stan_gorodenski at
Mon Jan 9 12:00:38 EST 2006

This site says: "As with other subspecies of /Euphilotes/, mating is 
assumed to be contained within the particular subspecies. This is 
because when the subspecies evolved, the male genitalia changed to 
accommodate changes in the host plant."

This implies reproductive isolation and so it would make this population 
a species, not a subspecies. Am I reading this wrong?

Mike Leski wrote:

> Jon Crowley just sent me this link.  The photos of the lep are very nice.
> Mike
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