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Scopula limboundata


Scopula limboundata, the large lace-border, is a moth of the family Geometridae. It was described by Haworth in 1809. It is found in North America east of the Rocky Mountains. There is a single and unconfirmed record from Great Britain. - from Wikipedia


The wingspan is 25–30 millimetres (0.98–1.18 in). Adults are on wing from late May to late August or early September. The larvae feed on apple, blueberry, clover, dandelion, meadow-beauty, and black cherry. - from Wikipedia

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New York, USA

Spotted on Jul 23, 2017
Submitted on Jul 30, 2017

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