Southern Eudeilinea
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.

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