"Pascagoula" is the name of an indigenous people who
occupied a coastal and riverine portion of the U.S.
state of Mississippi in
precolonial times. Their name is preserved in the
a city, a river, and a Wildlife
Management Area in Mississippi. This species was
first encountered by RET in a collection from the cited
wildlife management area.
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