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621235.003323Epinotia emarginana – (Walsingham, 1879)

Gary McDonald - Aromas, California
Similar Species: The rectangular block along the dorsal margin is inherited independently from other forewing components and can be white, black, or rust brown. Walsingham recognized the polymorphism in 1879 and did not propose any synonyms. The adults live in reproductive diapause from May or June until early the following spring, when mating and oviposition occur. ~Jerry Powell
References
Epinotia emarginana
Gary McDonald
Epinotia emarginana
Chris Mallory
Epinotia emarginana
Gary McDonald - DNA
Epinotia emarginana
Gary McDonald - DNA
Epinotia emarginana
Gary McDonald - DNA
Epinotia emarginana
Edna Woodward
Epinotia emarginana
CalPhotos – Jerry Powell
Epinotia emarginana
CalPhotos – Jerry Powell
Epinotia emarginana
CalPhotos – Jerry Powell
Epinotia emarginana
CalPhotos – Jerry Powell
Epinotia emarginana
14mm – U. S. National Museum
Epinotia emarginana
15mm – U. S. National Museum
Epinotia emarginana
15mm – U. S. National Museum
Epinotia emarginana
16mm – U. S. National Museum
Epinotia emarginana
15mm – U. S. National Museum
Epinotia emarginana
- 17mm – U. S. National Museum

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