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Tortricidae: Eucosma? - Pelochrista seamansi

Tortricidae: Eucosma? - Pelochrista seamansi
Emerado, Grand Forks County, North Dakota, USA
July 14, 2013
Size: Length ~ 7-8 mm

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

Moved back to P. seamansi
Moved from Pelochrista costastriata.

P. seamansi has a dark median fascia starting at the middle of the costal margin and angled outwardly toward the "pretornal mark".

 
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Michael Sabourin agrees that this is seamansi saying "this image is plausible for seamasi - the s-shaped mark through the outer half of the forewing seems diagnostic for this species".

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