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A new Blastobasis associated with acorns and pecans in the southeastern and southcentral United States....


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Texas Lep Survey List


Moved


Moved to genus


Blastobasis pulchella


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not Blastobasis floridella


Blastobasis


He looks close to Blastobasis


This isn't Blastobasis glandu


Blastobasis glandulella?


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Blastobasis


Moved, Blastobasis


Blastobasis


Does Blastobasis glandulella


Blastobasis sp.


Looks like a Blastobasid to me


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my wild guess was Blastobasis


Blastobasis


Blastobasis sp.


Blastobasis


Blastobasis


Blastobasis


possibly worn Blastobasis glandulella - Hodges #1162


Blastobasis pulchella


DNA results:


Pigritia vs Blastobasis


What about


Blastobasis glandulella?


Blastobasis


Thanks


Moved


Moved, Blastobasis glandulella


Blastobasis?


Moved, Blastobasis glandulella


Looks like...


Blastobasis


Moved, Blastobasis glandulella


Moved, Blastobasis glandulella


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By "blasto"…


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Blastobasis ?pulchella


Moved, Pigritia


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Not sure


Yes


Moved, Blastobasis maroccanella


Moved


Looks quite similar to Blasto


Blastobasinae


Moved, Blastobasis (male)


Frassed


Blastobasis


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Blastobasis maroccanella


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Blastobasid


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Acorn moth?


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Perhaps ...


Not Pigritia


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Blastobasis


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Male, maybe Blastobasis


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Palpi visible


Thank you, Aaron! Any possibi


Looks like an Acorn Moth –


Moved, Blastobasis glandulella


Moved, Blastobasis glandulella


Moved, Blastobasis glandulella


Blastobasis glandulella


Acorn Moth


Agree


Blastobasis


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Moved, Blastobasis glandulella


Maybe in Blastobasis


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Moved, Blastobasis glandulella


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Perhaps...


Non functional links


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Blastobasis glandulella


Moved, Blastobasis glandulella


Blastobasinae


Concur with (probably) Blastobasis


Blastobasis glandulella


Might be Blastobasis glandulella or a close relative


Likely Blastobasis glandulella


1162 - maybe


Possibly Blastobasis or Pigritia


See ID update comment above


Blastobasis?


Acorn Moth?


Barcoding


I think this is a member of t


It reminds me a lot of the Ac


Blastobasidae


No Expert


Looks like an Acorn Moth - Ho


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Gregory


ID Question


Possibly


Might this be Blastobasis glandulella?


Try #1162


Pigritia


Moved


Moved to Pigritia sp.


Blastobasinid is likely the b


Blastobasis-ish


Blastobasis sp.


Blastobasis NA8


What about 1162?


Looks like


Maybe


Blastobasine


Blastobasine


Genus


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DNA update


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Blastobasis glandulella - Acorn Moth - Hodges #1162


it has the notch


Blastobasine coleophorid


Blastobasis


Genus ID


Blastobasis glandulella - Acorn Moth - Hodges #1162


Coleophoridae: Blastobasis?


Maybe


Blastobasis sp.


Gymnandrosoma punctidiscanum


Looks like:


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You Asked For It!


Blastobasinae?


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Thank you steve for commenting on this specimen,


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Coleophoridae: Blastobasinae sp.


Probably 1154.97 - Blastobasis sp.


Probably 1161 - Blastobasis glandulella


Thanks, Charley.


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Hole


1162 - Blastobasis glandulella


Looks Like 1162 - Blastobasis glandulella


Blastobasinae


Probably 1162 - Blastobasis glandulella


Blastobasine coleophorid


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Near 1162 - Blastobasis glandulella


Looks like


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Possibly Acorn Moth - Hodges#


Maybe we are both wrong!


Just guessing


Acorn Moth


Blastobasis


Acorn Moth


Yucca


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