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Photo#780522
White moth with half-black antennae

White moth with half-black antennae
Pryor, Mayes County, Oklahoma, USA
June 3, 2013
Size: 11 mm length
Prodoxus decipiens?

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White moth with half-black antennae White moth with half-black antennae White moth with half-black antennae

Moved
Moved from Prodoxus decipiens.

Moved
Moved from Moths.

Looks right. Mark Dreiling h
Looks right. Mark Dreiling has it from Bartlesville, confirmed by DNA.

 
Has this individual been confirmed by DNA?
Or are you comparing this individual with a DNA-confirmed specimen?

 
No.
This individual has not been DNA-confirmed.

 
Moved back to the subfamily level for expert attention
Or until I find a way to reliable separate Prodoxus from Tegeticula from photos.

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