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Orange and black moth - Triclonella pergandeella

Orange and black moth - Triclonella pergandeella
Chilton County, Alabama, USA
June 20, 2018
This moth was yellowish orange on his top 80% and black below that. It looks like the boundary is about his ST level. He also had two small black dots at his median level. He had two white patches at his anal angle. His fringe was brown.

First photo posted to Bug Guide from Alabama
Though the species is known from the state. Try to find larva!

Triclonella pergandeella
Moved from ID Request.

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