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Moth: Acrobasis or Eudonia

Moth: Acrobasis or Eudonia
Victoria , British Columbia, Canada
August 20, 2015
My first impression was this was a Eudonia but the red colour between the heavy dark lines on the upper end suggest maybe Agrobasis.

Moved from Pyralid Moths.

Moved from Moths.

Moved from ID Request.

Bill, I believe this is Phycitinae. Acrobasis is a possibility but I don't think your photo is clear enough to get and identification. The only one that caught my eye was A. tricolorella, but yours does not show the white AM line.

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