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Fascista spp. - Fascista quinella

Fascista spp. - Fascista quinella
Duncanville, Dallas County, Texas, USA
September 7, 2015
Size: 8.5 mm
This small black and white moth came to a black light setup. This image is similar to others in the Fascista genus on the Bug Guide website. In addition, this moth also resembles the example found here MPG #2205.97
I thought I would get a second opinion on this being an Unidentified Fascista.

Moved from Fascista.

Moved from Gelechioidea.

Moved from Moths.

Moved from Fascista.

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