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Scythris trivinctella (Zeller) - Scythris trivinctella

Scythris trivinctella (Zeller) - Scythris trivinctella
Village of San Leanna (south Austin), Travis County, Texas, USA
August 3, 2008
Size: ~5.0mm
Det. M. A. Quinn, 2020

at UV lights in a small mesic patch under oaks, willows, and pecans...

Moved from centex flwr moth.

Moved from Scythris.

Moved from Banded Scythris.

Moved from Scythris.

Strange, Wonder why these have two completely
different color patterns??

Later note: Terry Harrison answered here

Scythris sp.
Apparently close to Scythris trivinctella...

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