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Unidentified  - Pimaphera sparsaria - male

Unidentified - Pimaphera sparsaria - Male
Bartlesville, Washington County, Oklahoma, USA
August 14, 2010
DNA barcoding done but no matches found in BOLD, LPOKE152-10
This specimen is shown here: BOLD:AAH5310
Found at UV light near pond in wooded area of a flood plain.

Pimaphera sparsaria - Hodges #6442 (T)
Moved from Sterrhinae.

listed for Oklahoma and none have been sampled at BOLD. Tentative placement and hopefully there will be at match at BOLD soon.

Looks good
I will pass the suggested identification on to Guelph.

There is another, Pimaphera
There is another, Pimaphera percata, but I think it is restricted to southern Texas. I will find my notes and check.
Did you get the forewing length?

DNA update
Now listed as Pimaphera sparsaria at BOLD BOLD:AAH5310

Moved from Geometrid Moths. Identified at the U. of Guelph at the Sterrhinae level.

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