Lampronia (Tanysaccus) aenescensOlle Pellmyr
Wingspan 10.5-13.5 mm. Forewing mostly unicolorus, pale golden brown to pale straw yellow. Female generally somewhat lighter. Hindwing uniformly gray.
Comparison with Similar Species
Very similar to, and possibly conspecific with, sublustris. I know of no published traits that distinguish the two species, and members of both entities and intergrades are frequently found together (Pellmyr, unpubl. obs.).
Southern British Columbia, Canada, south to northern California, eastward to Alberta, Canada, Wyoming, Utah, and Colorado.
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