|scientific name Endothenia heinrichi |
Alberta records were collected in mid June. Specimens recorded in the Tortricid.net (2006) database were collected in early June and late July.
Relatively small sized Endothenia species. The tip of the forewing is very pale, almost translucent compared to a darker basal area.
Data deficient. There is not enough empirical data to warrant special conservation concerns.
The true extent of distribution is unknown. Alberta records were found in Edmonton. Databased specimens from Tortricid.net (2006) were collected in Kentucky, United States.
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