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Sebastian Inlet State Park leaf miner on Canavalia rosea D1253 2018 1

Sebastian Inlet State Park leaf miner on Canavalia rosea D1253 2018 1
Sebastian Inlet State Park, Indian River County, Florida, USA
December 23, 2018

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Sebastian Inlet State Park leaf miner on Canavalia rosea D1253 2018 1 Sebastian Inlet State Park leaf miner on Canavalia rosea D1253 2018 2 Sebastian Inlet State Park leaf miner on Canavalia rosea D1253 2018 3

Moved
Moved from Unidentified Leaf Mines.

The cocoons (7 of them!) are formed outside the mines, so not Cameraria... might be Phyllonorycter aberrans, or something undescribed.

 
Great! I look forward to hea
Great! I look forward to hearing what the adults look like (if they aren't parasitized)...

 
First one emerged

I'm wondering if it might be a species of Chrysaster... I just sent Don Davis an email asking for his thoughts (but I'm not sure if he has access to his email during the government shutdown, so it may be a while before I get a response).

 
Great news! I take it this i
Great news! I take it this is not known from Canavalia?

 
There are no published records
of any gracillariids from Canavalia (except for this Asian species related to Acrocercops).

I'd say Cameraria or Astrotis
I'd say Cameraria or Astrotischeria if I had to guess... but it would just be a guess.

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