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January 2016 - Oblique-banded Leafroller Moth
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Oblique-banded Leafroller Moth,  Choristoneura rosaceana

Oblique-banded Leafroller Moth, Choristoneura rosaceana

The Oblique-banded Leafroller Moth is a small light brown moth. Its wingspan is only about .4 in/10 mm for males and a bit bigger for females. As its name suggests it feeds on leaves, leaving tell-tale signs of its presence such as rolled or chewed leaves.
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