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St. Andrews leaf miner on Baccharis halimifolia SA1507 Bucculatrix ivella 2019 1 - Bucculatrix ivella

St. Andrews leaf miner on Baccharis halimifolia SA1507 Bucculatrix ivella 2019 1 - Bucculatrix ivella
Laurinburg, Scotland County, North Carolina, USA
April 29, 2019

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St. Andrews leaf miner on Baccharis halimifolia SA1507 Bucculatrix ivella 2019 1 - Bucculatrix ivella St. Andrews leaf miner on Baccharis halimifolia SA1507 Bucculatrix ivella 2019 2 - Bucculatrix ivella St. Andrews leaf miner on Baccharis halimifolia SA1507 Bucculatrix ivella 2019 3 - Bucculatrix ivella St. Andrews leaf miner on Baccharis halimifolia SA1507 Bucculatrix ivella 2019 4 - Bucculatrix ivella

Moved
Moved from Unidentified Leaf Mines.

Yes.

 
I wondered if you could post
I wondered if you could post photo(s) of the one we reared to adulthood this past spring? Thank you!

 
D1467:

 
Thank you!
Thank you!

 
When I get to it
I'm not that far yet in my photo sorting (that goes for the Epermenia too).

I am assuming these mines are
I am assuming these mines are associated with the larvae. Are they?

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