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Unidentified - Acrolophus mortipennella - male

Unidentified - Acrolophus mortipennella - Male
Bartlesville, Washington County, Oklahoma, USA
June 10, 2009
Supported at the Acrolophus genus level by DNA barcoding, BOLD LPOKC355-09
This specimen is shown here: BOLD:ACF3057
Found at UV light near pond in wooded area of a flood plain.

DNA results
Now identified as Acrolophus mortipennella at BOLD This specimen is shown at BOLD:ACF3057

Moved from Tubeworm Moths.

0366 - Acrolophus mortipennella (male)
Identified by Peter Jump to whom I sent the photograph. Peter is working with Don Davis on a MONA revision of the Acrolophidae.

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