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Photo#785037
Holcocera immaculella

Holcocera immaculella
Henderson, Chester County, Tennessee, USA
May 31, 2013

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Other Possibilities?
How are Holcocera immaculella, H. concolor, Calosima lepidophaga, and C. dianella separated? I think dissection may be needed.

I realized today that the IDs for this species at BG and MPG may largely be based on guesses made by Bob and me from several years ago. I made a comment on the Moth Forum here raising this issue.

 
I really can't answer your qu
I really can't answer your question. My original ID's of this species were made with the help of Bob Patterson and my ID's of Calosima dianella were made with the help of Terry Harrison.

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