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Cameraria saccharella? - Cameraria

Cameraria saccharella? - Cameraria
Merchant's Millpond State Park, Gates County, North Carolina, USA
April 12, 2017

Not saccharella
Using Braun's (1908) key, C. saccharella is in the group with an oblique white streak or patch at the base of the dorsal margin, and I don't see any trace of that here. I'm not sure what to suggest instead though; Braun's key didn't bring me to anything that looks close.

 
Ok
thanks Charley for looking into this!

You wouldn't happen to have any experience with Bucculatrix, would you? http://bugguide.net/node/view/1359538

 
Not really
I've reared a fair number, but without knowing the host plant and larval habits they're pretty tough. I've actually never tried Braun's (1963) key for those, but I believe genitalia are necessary for at least parts of it.

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