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Wrightwood Park leaf miner on Vitis vulpina D2485 2020 1.1 - Aspilanta oinophylla

Wrightwood Park leaf miner on Vitis vulpina D2485 2020 1.1 - Aspilanta oinophylla
Wrightwood park, Durham, Durham County, North Carolina, USA
July 24, 2020

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Wrightwood Park leaf miner on Vitis vulpina D2485 2020 1.1 - Aspilanta oinophylla Wrightwood Park leaf miner on Vitis vulpina D2485 2020 2.1 - Aspilanta oinophylla Wrightwood Park leaf miner on Vitis vulpina D2485 2020 3 - Aspilanta oinophylla Wrightwood Park leaf miner on Vitis vulpina D2485 2020 4 - Aspilanta oinophylla Wrightwood Park leaf miner on Vitis vulpina D2485 2020 5 - Aspilanta oinophylla Wrightwood Park leaf miner on Vitis vulpina D2485 2020 6 - Aspilanta oinophylla Wrightwood Park leaf miner on Vitis vulpina D2485 2020 10 - Aspilanta oinophylla

An adult A. oinophylla emerged
...from D2485 or D2517.

Moved
Moved from Unidentified Leaf Mines.

Braconids emerged from 2 of the pupal cases, which were both Aspilanta. However, D2485A is Antispila isabella, and an adult moth emerged from that one.

 
Sorry I missed this comment b
Sorry I missed this comment before. Great news about the A. isabella!

 
Adult

 
Thank you for posting--I assu
Thank you for posting--I assume the taxonomy is not worked out for this one (from the "cf")?

 
Right
It's okay to call it A. isabella for now, but there are at least two species going under that name, and that probably won't be sorted out anytime soon.

Not Rhynchospora...
I assume this is grape?

 
I am not sure what happened--
I am not sure what happened--all of my photos say: "Wrightwood Park leaf miner on Vitis vulpina D2485 2020 1.1", etc. I think I must have thought I'd copied the new name, when I still had the old name on the clipboard... Yes this is grape--Vitis vulpina I think. One has spun a cocoon, and the other one might have been eaten by a predator before I found it--the larva never surfaced and the mine still looks the same. So I have one... Actually, if you look on top of the photos, you can see the real name of the file--that was the name I'd intended to give these. I can edit them...

 
Thanks
You'll need to edit them; the original file names are visible only to the person who submits the photos.

 
did it work? I just edited a
did it work? I just edited all of them...

 
Yes
Well, this one anyway... I don't have time to look at the others right now. I believe this is the new genus rather than true Antispila; that will become clear once the pupal cases are cut out (true Antispila has a central longitudinal ridge on either side of the case, and in the new genus both surfaces are flat, as in Coptodisca).

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