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Burrowing Webworm Moth - Hodges #0335 - Amydria margoriella

Burrowing Webworm Moth - Hodges #0335 - Amydria margoriella
Mobile (Dog River), Mobile County, Alabama, USA
May 13, 2013
Size: ~6mm
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Amydria margoriella - Hodges #0335
Moved from Amydria dyarella.

0335 - Amydria margoriella
... based on the Dietz plate that you posted.

 
Agree ...
Bob,
After discussing with Terry, he said, “Based on Don Davis's genitalia drawings of Amydria, every time I dissect the Amydria that has the large, solid dark-brown spots on the FW (as in your recent BugGuide post), it turns out to be A. margoriella, just as it should be on basis of Dietz's illustration.” I’m getting ready to add comments to both A. margoriella and A. dyarella and move them
BTW I'm not sure what the specimens posted on MPG as A. margoriella are.
Bob

 
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