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Tortricidae - Archips purpurana

Tortricidae - Archips purpurana
Trail to Lost Lake, Ledges State Park, Boone County, Iowa, USA
July 31, 2011
He was nestled in a leaf axil, looking for all the world like a blotch on the leaf. gathering_2011

Moved from Moths.

Moved from ID Request.

Thanks, Nina
Nice to hear from you. Hope all is well. We have about ten pages of images of caterpillars and adults on the Sphingidae page waiting for your expertise! :)

I will do my best to serve
I will only allow myself time to look at bugs when i've done a bit of work on my dissertation. Got to be Doctor Nina someday, yah know? Oh, that and need to stop paying tuition before I turn 50!!!

this appears to be...
3658 – Archips purpurana – Omnivorous Leafroller Moth

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