. I am not aware of any museum specimens from Virginia, nor have I observed this species in the field. Its range is described as “Mass. to Miss. and Ga.” (Fisher & Wilcox, 1997), but records within this range are few and scattered (Adisoemarto & Wood, 1975). Back (1909) lists Virginia without details, so I include it here rather than in the hypothetical list. Three specimens at the NMNH are from “Cheat Mountain, West Virginia.” This location in Randolph County is not very far west of Highland County, Virginia.