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St. Andrews leaf miner on Packera anonyma SA1529 2019 1

St. Andrews leaf miner on Packera anonyma SA1529 2019 1
Laurinburg, Scotland County, North Carolina, USA
May 7, 2019
I am pretty sure I've never seen this one before--at least not on this host.

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Moved
Moved from Unidentified Leaf Mines.

Two adults emerged! They look very much like most other gnorimoschemines... we'll get an ID on them eventually, but I suspect even getting to genus will require dissection.

 
Great news! I am so glad tha
Great news! I am so glad that one worked. I hope it is identifiable...

How are these doing?
How are these doing?

 
The leaves are lasting well
At least one was still in its mine yesterday, but I don't see any right now. They may all be hidden in the tissue making cocoons at this point.

 
Thanks for the update.
Thanks for the update.

Me neither
I'd definitely like to check this one out. I don't suppose it's occupied?

 
I have no idea--I hope so. I
I have no idea--I hope so. I plan to go back and see if I can find more--it was just a chance find...

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