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Maybe an Ethmia sp.?  - Ethmia monachella

Maybe an Ethmia sp.? - Ethmia monachella
Norman, Cleveland County, Oklahoma, USA
November 20, 2009
Size: Approx. 1.25 cm
A side view of the same moth.

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Maybe an Ethmia sp.?  - Ethmia monachella Maybe an Ethmia sp.?  - Ethmia monachella

MatthewVDB, can you elaborate
MatthewVDB, can you elaborate on the habitat in Norman you found this? I live 25 miles southeast of Norman and want to keep an eye out for this species. If you prefer, please email me at bryan@botwf.org

 
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Hi Bryan-

Matthew and I just published a short note about this species in the latest issue of the News of the Lepidopterists' Society (v.55 #3). I could send you a .pdf of this if you'd like.

collected?
Any chance you snagged this specimen, or have you seen this moth again since 2009?

Moved
Moved from Moths.

0965 - Ethmia monachella
Identified by Terry Harrison, Referee for micromoths at MPG, to whom I sent the photographs. These may be the first Internet images for the species. (no rsvp, thanks)

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