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Distinctive Moth - Completely Stumped - Platynota

Distinctive Moth - Completely Stumped - Platynota
Houston 77063, Harris County, Texas, USA
February 17, 2013
Size: apx 9.5 mm
Same specimen photographed on 1/4 inch graph paper. Full dorsal view.

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Stumped until comments - Platynota sp. - Platynota Distinctive Moth - Completely Stumped - Platynota Distinctive Moth - Completely Stumped - Platynota Distinctive Moth - Completely Stumped - Platynota

Moved
Moved from Sparganothini.

Moved
Moved from Tortricid Moths.

Moved
Moved from Moths.

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Maybe
something near Platynota?

I really don't know but hope that helps...

 
Thanks for your help
I needed it. That seems to be the consensus. It is an interesting moth problem.

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