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Revision of the North American species of the genus Lithocolletis Hübner


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Actually Cremastobombycia


Cremastobombycia? I found so


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Cremastobombycia


Cremastobombycia?


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Cremastobombycia?


Cremastobombycia solidaginis


Cremastobombycia solidaginis


Cremastobombycia solidaginis


Cremastobombycia solidaginis (Lep)


Cremastobombycia ambrosiaeella


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I'd thought they were all Ast


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Frassed - Duplicate


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Not horseweed, then


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May be Cremastobombycia


The mines are pretty much the same,


Lithocolletinae


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Looks like...


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I hope you can find more of these


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Who does the IDing at BAMONA?


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Cremastobombycia solidaginis...


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Terry Harrison's thoughts


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Underside tentiform mines on Asteraceae


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Cremastobombycia


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California Moth Species List


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