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near Haplochrois ?

near Haplochrois ?
Pitkin, Vernon Parish, Louisiana, USA
July 26, 2019
not sure what I'm looking at, here.



More pics
I've added my pics of what may be the same individual or at least the same species here.

Moved from Butterflies and Moths. Two described Haplochrois in our area; does not match the description of H. biminimmaculella.

Moved from ID Request.

Maybe so
Besides the wing pattern, the antennae and posture are also different from our Haplochloris. Antennae are significantly longer, and the wingtips aren't resting on the sheet. I have a photo of what might be the same individual, and it's holding itself almost horizontally.

thanks for the input
I noticed the positioning of the antennae above the eye, I have no idea what genus I am looking at, here, though. The Haplochloris seemed closest in eye structure. 8-)

That seems closest to me too
But I don’t recognize it.

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