Distribution: South America; Antilles (etc.?)
Type locality: (ssp.isoscelalis) Brazil; (subspecies gourbeyrensis Munroe 1959)
E. Caribbean records: Guadeloupe.
Grenadines records: Bequia, Baliceaux (E.U. Exp., No. 11).
Method of identification: This genus has been partially revised by Munroe (1959)
who points out that there is a whole complex of identical species in this genus
only distinguishable by genitalial dissection. There may be several species present in the
Grenadines - I have only dissected one specimen and its genitalis most closely resemble isoscelalalis.
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