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Pelham road leaf miner on Prunus serotina D2331 Phyllonorycter 2020 1.1 - Parornix geminatella

Pelham road leaf miner on Prunus serotina D2331 Phyllonorycter 2020 1.1 - Parornix geminatella
Durham, Durham County, North Carolina, USA
June 26, 2020

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Pelham road leaf miner on Prunus serotina D2331 Phyllonorycter 2020 1.1 - Parornix geminatella Pelham road leaf miner on Prunus serotina D2331 Phyllonorycter 2020 2.1 - Parornix geminatella Pelham road leaf miner on Prunus serotina D2331 Phyllonorycter 2020 4.1 - Phyllonorycter crataegella Pelham road leaf miner on Prunus serotina D2331 Phyllonorycter 2020 3.1 - Phyllonorycter crataegella Pelham road leaf miner on Prunus serotina D2331 Phyllonorycter 2020 5 - Phyllonorycter crataegella Pelham road leaf miner on Prunus serotina D2331 Phyllonorycter 2020 1.1 - Phyllonorycter crataegella

Moved
Moved from Parornix.

Adult emerged.

Moved
Moved from Unidentified Leaf Mines.

The smaller mine may turn out to be a Phyllonorycter, but the larva has emerged from the larger mine (along the midrib) and is spinning a cocoon.

 
sorry--for some reason I miss
sorry--for some reason I missed this before. I wonder if there are other Parornix besides P. geminatella here?

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