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Lake Crabtree leaf miner on Solanum carolinense D1107 adult 2018 1 - Keiferia inconspicuella

Lake Crabtree leaf miner on Solanum carolinense D1107 adult 2018 1 - Keiferia inconspicuella
Lake Crabtree County Park, Wake County, North Carolina, USA
July 19, 2018

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Lake Crabtree leaf miner on Solanum carolinense D1107 2018 1 - Keiferia inconspicuella Lake Crabtree leaf miner on Solanum carolinense D1107 2018 2 - Keiferia inconspicuella Lake Crabtree leaf miner on Solanum carolinense D1107 adult 2018 1 - Keiferia inconspicuella Lake Crabtree leaf miner on Solanum carolinense D1107 2018 2 - Keiferia inconspicuella Lake Crabtree leaf miner on Solanum carolinense D1107 fly 2018 1 Lake Crabtree leaf miner on Solanum carolinense D1107 fly 2018 2 Lake Crabtree leaf miner on Solanum carolinense D1107 fly 2018 4

Note on ID
None of the adults have yet been examined by anyone, but Keiferia inconspicuella is highly likely based on host, leaf mine characteristics, and location.

 
Thank you for the update--if
Thank you for the update--if we wanted someone to look at it, is Sangmi Lee an option? She was pretty responsive with specimens I sent to her.

 
That's good to know
All the ones I reared are now in the CNC, and unfortunately their gelechiid specialist is no longer there, so I don't know when those might get any attention. I do still have the D1107 adults that you reared though, so once I have a critical mass of gelechiid specimens I will get in touch with her.

 
Keiferia inconspicuella
Terry Harrison has dissected a specimen and confirmed the ID.

Moved
Moved from Gnorimoschemini.

Moved

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