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This beautiful pale green moth was resting with its shimmering wings flattened into a triangular shape. The wings were covered with minute flecks of brown (irroration). The costa were a pale brown and the short silky fringe along the trailing margin was also tinged brown. Wing span was about 30 mm. Antennae were swept back and the head had a short brown snout.
Attracted to bright garden lights on a warm night.
This species also has a pale brown form.