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Moth F - Alberada franclemonti

Moth F - Alberada franclemonti
Vail, Pima County, Arizona, USA
September 13, 2007

Moved from Alberada.

Moved to Alberada
Moved from Rabbitbrush Webbing Moth.

I agree with Chris but I don't know how to eliminate Alberada franclemonti. I don't have a copy of MONA Fascicle. 15.4 to check the description for that species.

Melitara parabates is about 20 mm long. Synnoma lynosyrana is less than half that species.

This moth is probably Alberada parabates:

Definitely not Tortricidae at any rate.

Found it!
This matches Synnoma lynosyrana in the University of Arizona collections.

Way to Go!!
Hodges# 3746. Rabbitbush Webbing Moth is its vulgar moniker.

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