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Caloptilia sp. I - Caloptilia

Caloptilia sp. I - Caloptilia
Turtle Lake, Barron County, Wisconsin, USA
July 10, 2010
At blacklight. Based on pictures in MPG and bugguide, it looks to me like either C. umbratella or the look-alike that feeds on Ribes, but confirmation or correction welcome.

What do you think of C. bimac
What do you think of C. bimaculatella? Doesn't have the extreme "bell bottoms" of umbratella. Yellow spots look same. But maybe not in range?

Nice line up here:

...and who is the "photobomber" in the background?

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