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Metylophorus novaescotiae - Hyalopsocus striatus - male

Metylophorus novaescotiae - Hyalopsocus striatus - Male
Block Island, Washington County, Rhode Island, USA
August 14, 2017
At UV lights near Warden's Pond, Block Island.

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Metylophorus novaescotiae - Hyalopsocus striatus - male Metylophorus novaescotiae - Hyalopsocus striatus - male

Moved

Houston, we have a problem ...
I was wrong. This is Hyalopsocus striatus!

Moved
Moved from Indiopsocus.

Sorry...
upon looking at the specimen.. its Metylophorus novaescotiae, male

It sure does look like Indiopsocus
Indiopsocus bisignatus is the only Indiopsocus species listed in (1). The forewing pattern in this specimen does look much like Fig. 315 so it's fairly safe to call it I. bisignatus. If you have the specimen, I'd like to see it to confirm. This one, of course, is a male.

 
I put it in with the others
I'll shoot you an email in a day or two about sending you the specimens.

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