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Tortricidae: Pseudexentera? - Pseudexentera oregonana

Tortricidae: Pseudexentera? - Pseudexentera oregonana
Spokane, Spokane County, Washington, USA
February 29, 2020
Hmmm...either Pseudexentera or Epinotia, I reckon. Need help.

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Tortricidae: Pseudexentera? - Pseudexentera oregonana Tortricidae: Pseudexentera? - Pseudexentera oregonana

Moved
Moved from Tortricid Moths. Should be this species based on location. Miller (1986) reports examining no WA specimens (of any species) but recorded oregonana from OR (obviously!), BC, and AB. No others are known from the PNW, though habrosana is found in much of CA.

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