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Hellinsia subochraceus Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Class: Insecta Order: Lepidoptera Family: Pterophoridae Genus: Hellinsia Species: H. subochraceus Binomial name Hellinsia subochraceus (Walsingham, 1880)[1] Synonyms Lioptilus subochraceus Walsingham, 1880 Hellinsia subochraceus is a moth of the Pterophoridae family. It is found in North America (including California, Oregon and Alberta). The wingspan is 24-26 mm. The head is whitish above and the face and neck are brownish. The antennae are whitish ochreous, with the basal joint brown. The forewings are cream white, with a few scattered brown scales. There is a brown spot before the base of the fissure and another between that and the costa. The fringes are cream white, tinged with brown on the outer margin. The hindwings are very pale cinereous and the fringes are slightly darker about the ends of the feathers.[2] The larvae have been recorded feeding on Helianthus species. Taxonomy Hellinsia australis was described as a subspecies of Hellinsia subochraceus. It is either treated as a synonym of subochraceus or as a valid species, Hellinsia australis. References ^ mothphotographersgroup ^ The pterophoridae of North America This article on a moth of the Pterophoridae family is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e