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Photo#917340
Pococera

Pococera
Tallahassee, Leon County, Florida, USA
May 5, 2014
Size: ~14mm length
Attracted to black light. The closest match I could find is with Arlene Ripley's #6041.98 listed among the "Unidentifiable Phycitine spp." here. Maybe that's what it is, but I'm not sure about my moth's upturned fuzzy palps that don't look right to me for a Phycitine. Is it worth keeping in BG?

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The reference to Arlene Ripley's post here is defunct, and many (all?) photos by her in MPG's Contact section do not connect to any photos posted in BugGuide.

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Not a Phycitine.
My suggestion that this is a phycitine moth was wrong as I learned from an expert. Instead, it is a Pococera: shape and wing pattern actually pointed in that direction (is Arlene Ripley's moth a Pococera as well?)

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