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Batrachedra busiris - Hodges #1406 - Batrachedra busiris

Batrachedra busiris - Hodges #1406 - Batrachedra busiris
Mobile (Dog River), Mobile County, Alabama, USA
November 26, 2011

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Moved tentatively to Batrachedra busiris
Moved from Gelechioidea.

Visually looks correct + location + season

1406 – Batrachedra busiris?

Moved for Further Investigation
Moved from Moths.

Thanks, Steve. I've yet to find anything in Batrachedridae with this distinctive stripe. I added a large image from my RAW file, plus a detail image.

 
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Might be introduced. Any date palms growing near by? See info here.

Any way, I may not even be in the right family so Gelechioidea seems like the best move.

Batrachedridae?
Something in or near Batrachedra?

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