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Photo#266580
Moth with row of spots, plus four fainter ones - Autosticha kyotensis

Moth with row of spots, plus four fainter ones - Autosticha kyotensis
Houston, Harris County, Texas, USA
April 1, 2009
Size: ~ 1/2 inch
Came to porch light. On most (all?) pictures of Psilocorsis reflexella, the row of dots is closer to the fringe than it is on this moth. But I think maybe that's what it is anyway (the plain form).

Edit: First BG image for this species.

Autosticha kyotensis
Determined by Terry Harrison at http://bugguide.net/node/view/671309

Moved
Moved tentatively from Gelechioidea.

Moved to Gelechioidea
Moved from Moths.

I agree that it is similar but not sure how to eliminate members of other families. Take a look at Glyphidoceridae for example.

 
yes, good point
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