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   - Carposina simulator

- Carposina simulator
Bartlesville, Washington County, Oklahoma, USA
September 15, 2009
Supported as Carposina niponensis ottawana by DNA barcoding, BOLD LPOKD369-09
This specimen is shown here: BOLD:AAG5268
Found near a pond in a wooded area of a flood plain

Moved from Peach Fruit Moth.

Carposina cf. simulator
Identified at BOLD as Carposina cf. simulator. This is not in the same BIN as sasakii. The barcodes are not very close.

Moved from Carposina.

Good that you figured out how to handle this one.
I had the feeling that I was 'messing with Texas' when I submitted the 'Alamo moth' a few days ago.

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