Sunday, 6 July 2014
A few days ago I offered to highlight the difference between two common Tortricids that look superficially similar. Here are the originals, from Chris.
I've annotated them in green. In the Hedya pruniana on the left the black dot is towards the end of the wing in relation to the angled outer edge of the dark basal patch; in the H. nubiferana on the right has the black dot towards the costa in relation to that angle.
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