Caloptilia packardella - Packard's Caloptilia (Gracillariidae):
Leaf blotch miner moth adults are distinctive for their upright, propped-up stance. The larvae make blotch mines in the leaves of various plants; Packard's Caloptilia is a miner in Sugar Maple leaves.
Beadle, D. & Leckie, S. (2012). Peterson Field Guide to Moths of Northeastern North America. New York: Houghton Mifflin Publishing Co.
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