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Tortricid - Adoxophyes furcatana

Tortricid - Adoxophyes furcatana
Stafford, Stafford County, Virginia, USA
August 1, 2005
Came to porch light. This one is tough. Possible Sparaganothis? I have looked at MPG, the guide here and even Covell's. The more I look or read the more confused I get. Help appreciated.

Moved from Adoxophyes.

Probable ID.

Moved from Tortricid Moths.

the closest I can find on thi
the closest I can find on this one, after looking through all of the live images at MPG in the Tort sections is 3691 -- Shimmering Adoxophyes Moth -- Adoxophyes negundana-- This is the only one that has as straight a line cutting midway across the forewings.

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