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Micros for iD

Postby bobhelencoan on Wed Jul 21, 2021 11:06 am

Four micros we can't ID . We have some thought but would appreciate other opinions. Two views of each shown. 5mm squared paper. We were a bit overloaded with moths to ID and now we feel moth blind!
1. Tortrix cyclamen or rhomboid??
2.Endothenia gentianaeana or oblongana?
3. Argyresthia bennetella or priniella?
4. Notocelia trimaculata?
Any help most appreciated Bob & Helen
Attachments
Tortrix ukn side P1010650.JPG
Tortrix side 1.
Tortrix ukn  top P1010649.JPG
Tortrix top 1.
Endothemia P1010692.JPG
Endothenia side 2.
Endothemia P1010691.JPG
Endothenia top 2.
Argyresthia.JPG
Argyresthia side 3.
Argyresthia P1010700.JPG
Argyresthia top 3.
Notocelia trimaculata side  P1010658.JPG
Notocelia trimaculata side 4.
Notocelia trimaculata top P1010659.JPG
Notocelia trimaculata top 4.
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Re: Micros for iD

Postby stevehind on Sun Jul 25, 2021 9:58 am

Your first one will be Acleris ferrugana/notana, most likely the former off your oak tree.
If your Endothenia is a male and you can see the hindwing and the hindwing is white, it will be Endothenia marginana.
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