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Prodoxidae - Yucca Moths - Lampronia

Prodoxidae - Yucca Moths - Lampronia
Pilot Rock, Umatilla County, Oregon, USA
May 2, 2013
Size: 7mm
On a plum tree

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I agree with Lampronia - either sublustris, humilis or aenescens
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Prodoxidae
Too big for a tischeriid, and the head tuft and resting posture also conflict with that diagnosis. It could be a tineid, but I believe Prodoxidae is the best answer; your moth is similar to the one shown here, but I can't determine whether or not they are exactly the same species.

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