Observation notes: Near a floodlight on my deck. Don't know how you are handling these since BG indicates they can't be IDed without DNA analysis or dissection. I think it is either canadensisella or coronatella.
Verified by: Ilona L.
Verified date: July 20, 2022
Coordinator notes: In some cases a lot of guesswork on my part. Can't guarantee that I always have the correct ID. Re: Eupithecia species for future reference -- Note from Les Ferge to me - "Attempting to identify any Eupithecia species other than E. ravocostaliata from photos is hopeless. Specimens need to be collected and examined microscopically and sometimes dissected to assure correct identifications. " I suspect the same holds true for many of the less-common Acleris moths. Rob has been sending a number of moths to Joanne Russo for dissection.