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Photo#422759
Which Pyralid? - Acrobasis

Which Pyralid? - Acrobasis
Johnson City, Washington County, Tennessee, USA
May 16, 2010
Size: length 12 mm
Came to porch light.

Moved
Moved from Pyralid Moths.

moth
Looks like Acrobasis demotella - Walnut Shoot Moth

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Moved from Moths.

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Moved from ID Request.

closest I can find on mpg is
closest I can find on mpg is 5660 – Acrobasis caryalbella

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