Lampronia corticella is my bet. cheers.
On Tue, 30 Apr 2013 07:16:37 -0400, Clint Goss <clint from goss.com> wrote:
>Hello All -
>>I am part of a group of folks who work in the world of ethnic flutes, and in particular the origins of these instruments. We're
>trying to track down a potential link with yucca stalks.
>>We have examples of beautifully carved holes in yucca stalks, apparently created by some non-human agent. We're trying to track down
>how these holes were created, and if there is a possible link to how we learned to create primitive flutes with embouchure holes.
>>Pics and a bit of discussion is posted on a working page at:
>>http://www.Flutopedia.com/yucca.htm>>Any thoughts, feedback, and ideas would be appreciated from this group .
>>-- Clint Goss, Ph.D.