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Photo#1782369
Gelechiid - Monochroa sp?

Gelechiid - Monochroa sp?
Tallahassee, Leon County, Florida, USA
February 23, 2020
Size: Length 6-7mm
Attracted to black light in the evening, photo taken next day in daylight. My "walk" through the MPG plates, and the relevant BG posts, made me hesitate at Monochroa photos because overall appearance, especially also the antenna segmentation, appear to match quite well. If correct, this may be as far as one can get.

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Gelechiid - Monochroa sp? Gelechiid - Monochroa sp?

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Autostichidae
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Thank you Aaron
Yes, it may well be a Glyphidocera or kin instead.

 
ID…
Note especially head and palpi. This is either Glyphidocera or Sceptea.

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