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Lake Aberdeen leaf miner on Alnus serrulata D1851 2019 2 - Stigmella corylifoliella

Lake Aberdeen leaf miner on Alnus serrulata D1851 2019 2 - Stigmella corylifoliella
Aberdeen, NC, Lake Aberdeen Park, Moore County, North Carolina, USA
July 29, 2019

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Lake Aberdeen leaf miner on Alnus serrulata D1851 2019 2 - Stigmella corylifoliella Lake Aberdeen leaf miner on Alnus serrulata D1851 2019 3 - Stigmella corylifoliella Lake Aberdeen leaf miner on Alnus serrulata D1851 2019 4 - Stigmella corylifoliella Lake Aberdeen leaf miner on Alnus serrulata D1851 2019 5 - Stigmella corylifoliella

Moved
Moved from Unidentified Leaf Mines.

This vial was smashed to bits. More packing material next time!

 
Was anything in it salvagable
Was anything in it salvagable? I will try to pack them better. I think these vials have seen better days at this point--several were smashed in the last package I received here.

 
There was one cocoon,
which wasn't damaged. Sounds like I need to pack them better too. Another reason to switch to plastic vials!

 
I may well have to switch any
I may well have to switch anyway. I guess if nothing else, the packages will be lighter...

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