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Tortricidae
621212.003300Epinotia subplicana – (Walsingham, 1879)

Jim Moore
Genitalia: Heinrich (1923), Bull. U.S. Nat. Mus. 123: 208: pl. 52, fig. 355.
Similar Species: 3301 Epinotia improvisana tends to be of a cinnamon hue, not gray as in subplicana, but the two have similar genitalia. DNA barcode suggests that subplicana and improvisana may represent a complex which may include undescribed species. Based on DNA, color does not appear to separate taxa in this "complex."
References
Epinotia subplicana
CalPhotos – Jerry Powell
Epinotia subplicana
CalPhotos – Jerry Powell
Epinotia subplicana
Jim Moore
Epinotia subplicana
20mm - LG – Jim Vargo

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