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Hodges #0212 - Cauchas dietziella species group? - Phaeoses sabinella

Hodges #0212 - Cauchas dietziella species group? - Phaeoses sabinella
2.4km N of Milton, Lafayette Parish, Louisiana, USA
September 9, 2013
Attracted to a blacklight and hanging sheet.

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Hodges #0212 - Cauchas dietziella species group? - Phaeoses sabinella Hodges #0212 - Cauchas dietziella species group? - Phaeoses sabinella

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Phaeoses sabinella
Ken Childs has collected some specimens in Tennessee that were determined by Mark Metz to be Phaeoses sabinella (Tineidae). I'm quite sure that this moth is an individual of P. sabinella as well.

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same as this one


BTW - I retract my previous comment.

Edit: the node referenced above was deleted but it used to go to http://bugguide.net/node/view/522544

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I think this might be Genus Pigritia.

 
Tineidae
I don't think this is in Gelechioidea. Not sure where I've seen this before but I think it was in Tineidae.

Hard to say ...
Eric,
I lightened as much as practicable but still cannot see enough detail to say for sure :(
Z

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