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Observation notes: Found tucked in the crevice of a CFL lamp
Verified by: rogerdowner
Verified date: October 25, 2016
Coordinator notes: According to Microleps.org, the "white" Phyllocnistis species (i.e., those other than P. insignis) are so similar in appearance (and even in genital morphology) that rearing is the only means by which to collect definitively-identifiable representatives.