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Tortricidae: Eucosma floridensis? - Pelochrista seamansi

Tortricidae: Eucosma floridensis? - Pelochrista seamansi
Emerado, Grand Forks County, North Dakota, USA
July 2, 2013
Size: Length ~ 6-7 mm
Revised (02 July 2013): Ken Childs has persuaded me that this may be Eucosma floridensis (3132.6). I'll move the image to Eucosma for expert attention. If this specimen is E. floridensis, we'll need a BG page for that species, I think.

I thought this specimen might be an example of the Aster-head Phaneta (2936), but it's not a good match for other MPG/BG images, and this specimen appears too early in the season for 2936. I'll need some help with this well-marked specimen. Thanks for looking!

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Tortricidae: Eucosma floridensis? - Pelochrista seamansi Tortricidae: Eucosma floridensis? - Pelochrista seamansi

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