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Subfamily Acentropinae

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Crambidae, Water Veneer - Acentria ephemerella Water Veneer - Acentria ephemerella - male Oxyelophila callista Acentria ephemerella genitalia - Acentria ephemerella - male Acentria ephemerella - male Acentria ephemerella - male Water Veneer - Acentria ephemerella

Moth - Neargyractis slossonalis Feather-edged Petrophila - Hodges#4777 - Petrophila fulicalis Neargyractis slossonalis – Dimorphic Leafcutter Moth – Hodges #4769 - Neargyractis slossonalis Eoparargyractis - Eoparargyractis plevie Crambidae: Petrophilia confusialis - Petrophila confusalis Petrophila sp. - Petrophila canadensis Neargyractis slossonalis Probably Petrophila confusalis - Petrophila confusalis

Chestnut-marked Pondweed Moth - Hodges#4761 - Parapoynx badiusalis Obscure Pondweed Moth - Hodges #4760 - Parapoynx obscuralis Langessa nomophilalis Crambid  - Parapoynx allionealis Elophila tinealis - Hodges #4754 - Elophila tinealis Unidentified Moth - Parapoynx allionealis Parapoynx maculalis - male Elophila obliteralis