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Tineidae  ? - Eudarcia eunitariaeella

Tineidae ? - Eudarcia eunitariaeella
Lake Gaston, Warren County, North Carolina, USA
July 20, 2014
0277, Eudarcia eunitariaeella ? Thanks, Paul

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Tineidae  ? - Eudarcia eunitariaeella Tineidae  ? - Eudarcia eunitariaeella Tineidae  ? - Eudarcia eunitariaeella

Moved
Moved from Clothes Moths.

Moved
Moved from Moths.

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Tinea for sure. Looks like you have chosen about the only species it could be in your area, but the lines are really hard to see. Adding the three pictures together, though, I can see how you made your choice.

 
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I really couldn't find any thing else on BG or MPG near it. You must be pretty busy as I haven't had any responses to moth post in a while Thanks, Paul

 
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Hello Paul,

Sorry about that. I went over your posts to see what we have missed. You don't really post many moths and they are not always the ones I feel comfortable trying to ID. I am really not so busy, but I work mostly on the really old submissions where I feel I cannot do much damage, but I will give yours a whirl. Because I am not an expert, my opinions are really not of a lot of worth unless I personally know the moth or the moth has gone unnoticed for quite a while. There are differing opinions on where a moth gets the most attention but generally the experts like for them to stay in Moths unless they have been ID'd to species. So, often if I agree with the Genus I will not move them. However, sometimes Genus is all they can hope to get.

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