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Photo#416106
A Pyralid sp. - Desmia maculalis

A Pyralid sp. - Desmia maculalis
Scarborough, Ontario, Canada
June 20, 2010
Size: About 25 mm wing span
5160 Desmia maculalis ?
Thanks in advance.

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"A significant white spot on
"A significant white spot on the head is, according to Covell, a characteristic mark of 5166 - Desmia maculalis." according to BG's info page, so yes, probably 5166.

 
5160 Desmia maculalis
According to MPG, Desmia maculalis has been "re-numbered" to 5160 and the number 5166 has been assigned to Desmia deploralis.

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