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This emerald moth has a wing span of 40 mm. The wings are plain green but have well marked venation. Both wings have a thin pale curved sub-marginal line; the line is more jagged on the hind wings.
The abdomen has a strong pale median line on the dorsal side.
Spotted under garden lights - warm night.
Larvae of this species have been found on Acacia species.
Family: Geometridae Subfamily: Geometrinae