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June 2014 - Apple-and-thorn Skeletonizer
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Apple-and-thorn Skeletonizer, Choreutis pariana
Apple-and-thorn Skeletonizer, Choreutis pariana
The Apple-and-thorn Skeletonizer is a moth originally from the Old World that was introduced to North America over 100 years ago. It belongs to the family of moths called Choreutidae which is nicknamed metalmark moths because of the metallic-like scales on its wings.

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