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Species Eurythmia angulella - Hodges#6032

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Kingdom Animalia (Animals)
Phylum Arthropoda (Arthropods)
Subphylum Hexapoda (Hexapods)
Class Insecta (Insects)
Order Lepidoptera (Butterflies and Moths)
Superfamily Pyraloidea (Pyralid and Crambid Snout Moths)
Family Pyralidae (Pyralid Moths)
Subfamily Phycitinae
Tribe Phycitini
No Taxon (Ephestia Series)
Genus Eurythmia
Species angulella (Eurythmia angulella - Hodges#6032)
Hodges Number
Synonyms and other taxonomic changes
Eurythmia angulella Ely, 1910
Ely (1910) listed a wingspan of 14 mm.
Heinrich (1956) listed the wingspan 12-14 mm. (1)
Ely (1910) original description is available online in the print references.
Heinrich (1956) description is in PDF. (1)
Specimen identified by DNA analysis (BOLD). (2)

Across southern Canada and much of the eastern United States. (3), (4), (5)
Moth Photographers Group - large map with some distribution data.
The main flight period is April to September. (5)
MONA Fascicle 15-3 raises the question of separate species status for angulella, furnella and hospitella. (6)
See Also
Heinrich (1956) states Eurythmia angulella is "similar to the dark western form, Eurythmia yavapaella, except dark margins of transverse lines of forewing somewhat more contrasted and hind wings darker." (1)
Eurythmia furnella is more contrastingly marked (6)
Eurythima hospitella is generally found south of the range of angulella (6)
Print References
Ely, C.R., 1910. New Phycitinae and Crambinae (Lepidoptera, Pyralidae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 12: 202.
Heinrich, C., 1956. American moths of the subfamily Phycitinae. United States National Museum Bulletin 207, p. 307; fig. 1132. (1)
Neunzig, H.H., 1990. The Moths of America North of Mexico, Fascicle 15.3. The Wedge Entomological Research Foundation, p. 123; pl. 5.39-42. (6)