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Section V (ceanothus leafminers)

Show images of: caterpillars · adults · both

Bucculatricidae, spent pupa in cocoon - Bucculatrix anaticula Bucculatricidae, emerged, spread - Bucculatrix anaticula Bucculatricidae, emerged, dorsal - Bucculatrix anaticula Bucculatrix anaticula - male Bucculatrix anaticula - male Bucculatricidae, spent cocoon - Bucculatrix anaticula Bucculatricidae, weaving a cocoon - Bucculatrix anaticula Bucculatricidae, upper side of Redroot leaf - Bucculatrix anaticula Bucculatricidae molt shelter, openX - Bucculatrix anaticula Bucculatricidae molt shelter, open - Bucculatrix anaticula Bucculatricidae molt shelter - Bucculatrix anaticula Bucculatricidae molt shelters, under side of Redroot leaf - Bucculatrix anaticula Redroot leaf mine, under side of leaf - Bucculatrix anaticula Redroot leaf mine, upper side of leaf - Bucculatrix anaticula Redroot leaf mine, dead larva  - Bucculatrix anaticula Redroot leaf mine, larva caught - Bucculatrix anaticula

Moth for ID - Bucculatrix ceanothiella Moth for ID - Bucculatrix ceanothiella