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Tortricid - Spilonota ocellana

Tortricid - Spilonota ocellana
Chicago, Illinois, USA
June 5, 2006
I found this Tortricid the side of my car last month, I just got around to posting. I think it's a Tortricid at least.. Seems to hold itself in a box shape that I usually associate with those types of moths.
I looked though a bunch of the pages but couldn't find an image similar to mine. I was hopeing someone out there knows what this is...

Moved from Eucosmini.

Spilonota ocellana
This appears to be the same moth as seen here, which would make it Spilonota ocellana.

Moved from Tortricid Moths.

Moved from Moths.

Looks Like an Epiblema Tortricid....
.... but I can't nail it down to species level.

Thanks for the assistance.. I
Thanks for the assistance.. I'll keep an eye out for a match..

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