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Tineidae sp?

Tineidae sp?
VCU Rice Center, Charles City County, Virginia, USA
June 7, 2014
I'm not able to find a match, any ideas?


Moved from Clothes Moths.

Moved from Tineoidea.

Moved from Moths.

Moved from ID Request.

The head end certainly looks tineid, but the forewing of this moth is unusually pointy for that family. I suppose Yponomeutoidea might also be a possibility. It would be very informative if a male of this moth could be dissected.

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