Distribution of Mischocyttarus (Monocyttarus) Mexicanus Cubicola in the United States
AbstractMischocyttarus mexicanus cubicola has been found nesting in Florida, Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina in the U. S. In the southernmost part of its range it nests throughout the year, while in more temperate climates it hibernates during the winter period. This subspecies has also been reported from Cuba, the Bahamas and Puerto Rico.
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