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Phaneta artemisiana - Hodges #2984 - Eucosma artemisiana

Phaneta artemisiana - Hodges #2984 - Eucosma artemisiana
East Helena, Lewis and Clark County, Montana, USA
August 22, 2010
Size: small
Attracted to blacklights.

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Could you send me the original please?

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Eucosma infimbriana?
Could you please take another look? Wright & Gilligan, 2015 (1) separate infimbriana from artemisiana by the lack of "reddish-brown diffusion in the fringe" found in the latter. This has a little color in the fringe so I'm not sure. BOLD has images like this identified as infimbriana alongside those with no color in the tree. See Libby & Rick Avis' BugGuide photo #499301 which was barcoded. There are no barcoded artemisiana and perhaps barcode can't separate the two.

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