Nelsonia neotomodon is recorded for the first time for the state of Chihuahua, Mexico. This record extends the distribution of this species 250 km to the north. Morphometric and reproductive information for a sample of N. neotomodon, as well as additional unpublished records, are provided. The data suggest that this species has a continuous distribution in the Sierra Madre Occidental and that there is no significant geographic variation or sexual dimorphism.
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