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Fall Fund Drive


Mt. Diablo State park, Contra Costa County, California, USA
Size: 1/4"
I found this little moth on a Forest Star and was amazed at how well it blended in . This was the only white micro-moth that I found on this day . Thanks for any comments , sincerely Beth

Moved from Moths.

Greya sp.?
Just a guess.

Moved from ID Request.

Could be
A Prodoxidae...but I can't totally rule out Ypsolophidae either.

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