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Photo#1793820
Euhyponomeutoides gracilariella

Euhyponomeutoides gracilariella
Cormierville (Cocagne) 46.389259, -64.618636, Kent County, New Brunswick, Canada
June 1, 2019
Attracted to light in old field - garden - mixed forest habitat along coast of Northumberland Strait.
Identification by @blocky [EDIT= Aaron Hunt] at iNaturalist: https://inaturalist.ca/observations/26530131

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Euhyponomeutoides gracilariella Euhyponomeutoides gracilariella

Thanks for adding!
I'm blocky

 
Possibly undescribed
This may be undescribed. See my new comments of a similar specimen from Maine, 883593. Until we get clarity on this "group", I good with treating these all as gracilariella.

 
Thanks, Steve!
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Of course....
Of course, Aaron. I should have remembered that was you. Thanks for all your guidance with the micros I'm photographing in New Brunswick. I'm really enjoying following your discoveries and data analyses from Block Island.

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