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Tischeria Moth

Tischeria Moth
Mobile (Dog River), Mobile County, Alabama, USA
September 23, 2014
Size: TL ≈ 4mm
Perhaps a Tischeria Moth?

Moved from Moths.

Moved from ID Request.

Yes, this definitely is in Tischeriidae, and it is one of the oak-feeding spp., one of which is in Tischeria and the rest in Coptotriche. As to determining which species it is, it would need to be dissected, and the genital morphology compared with the illustrations in Braun's revision.

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