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Crambidae: Anania coronata - Anania

Crambidae: Anania coronata - Anania
Grand Forks, Grand Forks County, North Dakota, USA
June 13, 2014
Size: Length ~ 1.3 cm
This specimen may be an example of the Crowned Phlyctaenia (4953).

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Crambidae: Anania coronata - Anania Crambidae: Anania coronata - Anania

Moved to coronata species complex
Moved from Anania.

Moved
Moved from Anania.

Moved

Not Anania coronata
This is either Anania tertialis or plectilis, former subspecies which were recently elevated to species. The forewing of tertialis is 10 mm and for plectilis it is 11.5 mm.

 
Thanks, Steve!
Good to know! By your reckoning, it seems likely that this specimen may be the larger of the two species (i.e., A. plectilis). I'll repost this image under the genus for now.

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