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Gelechioidea 6-24-10 01b - Adela septentrionella - female

Gelechioidea 6-24-10 01b - Adela septentrionella - Female
Donaldson Draw, Ferry County, Washington, USA
June 24, 2010
A small bright moth found in the brush in the afternoon

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Gelechioidea 6-24-10 01a - Adela septentrionella - female Gelechioidea 6-24-10 01b - Adela septentrionella - female

Female
This is one of the Adela species in which females have yellow-to-orange scales on the head and males have head entirely black (e.g. see Walsingham's comments here).

Moved
Moved from Adela.

0221 - Adela septentrionella
(no rsvp, thanks)

Moved
Moved from Moths.

Or maybe Adela in Incurvarioidea?

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