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Moth for ID - Prodoxus quinquepunctella

Moth for ID - Prodoxus quinquepunctella
Bartlesville, Washington County, Oklahoma, USA
April 18, 2012
I think this is 0200 Prodoxus quinquepunctella based on the image and discussion here: BugGuide
Found at UV light near pond in wooded area of a flood plain.

Moved from Bogus yucca moths.

DNA Results update
Now showing 99.84% match to Prodoxus quinquepunctella This specimen is shown at BOLD:ACG6940

DNA Results
This is currently shown as being a 98% match with the single existing reference specimen of Prodoxus quinquepunctella.
The match to the many P. decipiens specimens (including three from this location) is 97% or less.
From the taxonomy tree I suspect that it will end up as Prodoxus quinquepunctella when
more reference specimens are barcoded.

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