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Acrolophus mortipennella

Acrolophus mortipennella
San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, USA
April 17, 2008

Moved from Tubeworm Moths.

Is this the same individual as below? If so, they should be linked

Moved from Haimbachia.

Not Haimbachia
This is not Haimbachia.

It is Acrolophus mortipennella, # 0366.

© Jim Vargo @ MPG

Jerry - Please don't move images directly into the Guide until someone has ID'd them for you, unless it's something as obvious as Luna Moth. The entire group of micro-moths is a very difficult group, and should not be moved until positively ID'd and in most cases confirmed by a second or even third opinion. Thanks.

J.D.- Thanks! Will do. Where
J.D.- Thanks! Will do. Where should I move it to in the BG. I cannot find where it belongs.

Need page
I'll have to create a new species page when I have a chance. Or you can go here and request a new guide page for this species, and maybe someone can create it sooner than I can.

J.D.- Thanks! Submitted a new
J.D.- Thanks! Submitted a new page request.

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