Lampronia (Tanysaccus) humilisOlle Pellmyr
Wingspan 10-14 mm. Forewing unicolorus, grayish brown. Hindwing of the same color.
Worn specimens can possibly be mistaken for aenescens or sublustris. Coloration is similar to that of G. politella, but it is smaller and has less pointed forewings. It is not sympatric with either of these species.
Coastal, humid portions of British Columbia, Canada, south to northern California, USA.
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