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Cream Wave

Scopula floslactata

Description:

The cream wave is a moth of the family Geometridae. Across the forewings and hindwings, there are usually three pale jagged crosslines. The discal flecks are small and are very much blurred, sometimes missing, on the forewings. Therefore the species often looks almost pure white.

Habitat:

On a blueberry plant in the forest.

Notes:

Norwegian name: Blek urtemåler

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arne.roysland
Spotted by
arne.roysland

Oslo, Norway

Spotted on Jun 16, 2022
Submitted on Jun 17, 2022

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