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Photo#189005
Silver micromoth - Cauchas

Silver micromoth - Cauchas
University of New Hampshire, Durham, New Hampshire, USA
May 28, 2008
Size: 4 mm?
Resting on the underside of a leaf; it's scales were VERY reflective, so what looks white is actually a dark, sooty gray. The head was yellow & rounded.
Not the elongated scales extending from the wings, giving them a some-what fuzzy appearance.

Moved
Moved from Adeloidea.

Antennae Length?
The antennae look about half that of the body. Is that true or are they curled in this image?

Moved to Incurvarioidea
Moved from Moths.

Moving to Incurvarioidea for now. I realize I may be wrong.

Cauchas?
I wonder if this is a Cauchas sp..

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