Angle-winged Emerald Moth
Chloropteryx tepperaria
Geometridae
Hodges 7075


04 July 2006


21 June 2006


Pete Williams, 24 July 2008

Identification Covell, Moths of Eastern North America, Pg. 375. The wings are olive-green fading to yellowish. The ante-median and and post-median lines are white-dotted, or inconspicuous. The terminal line is fine, brown. The fringe is checkered. The hindwing is sharply pointed. Caterpillar host plants are baldcypress and eastern hemlock

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