Eudeilinea luteifera Gn.
Hooktip (Drepanidae) Moths
The Southern Eudeilinea has pure white wings, as in several geometer moths, with two faint lines that may be broken or solid, orange-yellow to brown. The hindwings are similar, but the inner line is thinner and paler. The body is shorter and stouter than a geometer, antennae is simple in both sexes. The lines are very faint, broken or solid, orange-yellow to brown. The post-median line continues onto the hindwing. Wingspan is 2.5 to 2.8 cm. Known food is dogwood. Broods fly from March to June.