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Yponomeuta

Yponomeuta
Chicago, Illinois, USA
June 25, 2006
Size: 12mm
Anyone know the key to sorting these spots out to get to species?

Mine looks close to:

ID'd as Yponomeuta malinellus

Yponomeuta
that seems like a good match. But, I am stumped by the Yponomeuta spots. I don't know if there is an exact number and placement of dots on these species, or if they vary.

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