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Thanks MayraAshishNimkar thanks for the suggestion but i think bayucca is right... They are a quite similar but they are not the same species
Synchlora xysteraria has not this white stripe at the edge of the forewing. It is definitely an Oospila sp.
Look to be Synchlora xysteraria
Thanks Martin, Ashish and Bayucca
You will see yours in the link, but not even Janzen have an ID for this one. So you probably won't get closer than Oosphila sp., Geometridae, Geometrinae.
Emrald Moth type.
This is an emerald moth but there's lots of different ones. One fairly close is down this page http://www.richard-seaman.com/Arthropods... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emerald_mot...
Spotted on Jan 30, 2012 Submitted on Jan 30, 2012
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