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#0718.3 - Marmara viburnella? - Marmara

#0718.3 - Marmara viburnella? - Marmara
20 miles southwest of Llano, Llano County, Texas, USA
May 13, 2022
Size: length~5mm
Came to black light at night. #0718.3 - Marmara viburnella is the closest match I can find. The BugGuide writeup on the species says the food plant is Viburnum sp. We have a Virbunum rufidulum about 150 feet from where I photographed the moth. Compare to

Moved
Moved from ID Request. Not that species

 
Yes, definitely not
There are probably over 100 undescribed Marmara species, so there isn't much hope of identifying them from photos of the few described species for which there are identified examples online.

 
Thanks Charley. I think this
Thanks Charley. I think this was the smallest moth I've ever photographed.

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