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Tortricidae: Xenotemna pallorana? - Xenotemna pallorana

Tortricidae: Xenotemna pallorana? - Xenotemna pallorana
Turtle River State Park, Grand Forks County, North Dakota, USA
September 3, 2011
Size: Length ~ 10-12 mm
Hmmm...could this specimen be an example of Xenotemna pallorana (Hodges #3693). I'm thinking it's not Clepsis clemensiana (Hodges #3684), but I could be wrong. I've spied two or three of these moths in Minnesota over the summer. This is a North Dakota example.

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Thanks, Paul!
Thank you for the ID confirmation for this specimen.

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