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Geometrid Moth

Drepanulatrix falcataria


Orange moth with three distinct red lines. There is a black spot in the middle of each wing as well as dots long the fringe. This species has a variable pattern from spots to stripes and tan to orange.


Under porch light with 6 other species during the day in Oak Woodland. This species can be found from Baja California to British Columbia and Idaho; Colorado and Utah


First of this species for Project Noah!

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California, USA

Spotted on Feb 2, 2020
Submitted on Feb 9, 2020

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