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Elachistidae: Bibarrambla alenella - Acleris

Elachistidae: Bibarrambla alenella - Acleris
Grand Forks, Grand Forks County, North Dakota, USA
July 8, 2013
Size: Length ~ 1.3 cm
This specimen may be an example of the Bog Bibarrambla (0911).

Moved from Tortricinae. variana?

Thanks, Aaron!
...and how embarrassing. ;-)

Moved from Bog Bibarrambla.

This definitely is a good impersonation of Bibarrambla, but it must be a tortricine, with the knobby third segment of the labial palp, and the costal margin of the forewing hinting at the "bell" outline of the tortricid.

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