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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 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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