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Lampronia sublustris

Lampronia sublustris
Beaverton, Washington County, Oregon, USA
May 19, 2013

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Lampronia sublustris Lampronia sublustris

ID Question
How was this identified? How are Lampronia aenescens and Greya politella separated from L. sublustris? (I'm not disagreeing, just trying to understand better.) Info on your first submission indicates to me that Lampronia might be more reasonable because of it's association with wild rose. Was it Rosa woodsii.?

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