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Green Moths

Not really an article, just a group of quasi-similar images for easier future IDs
Feel free to suggest additions to this page which you think will help.
We haven't included the Emeralds of the Geometrinae such as








more green moths
Euclea nanina - Nanina Oak-Slug Moth
Parasa indetermina - Stinging Rose Caterpillar Moth
Euclea incisa
Catocala connubialis - Connubial Underwing

Lacinipolia laudabilis

Heterocampa subrotata

Pasiphila rectangulata - Green Pug
Pasiphila rectangulata - Green Pug

Oligia chlorostigma
Oligia chlorostigma

Bristly cutworm

Olive and black carpet

Do we have
Phosphila miselioides (Spotted Phosphila - Hodges#9619)?

Another

 
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Another one

Anemosella viridalis

How about
Proserpinus terlooii

I may have missed these in your list but what about...

Another & Thanks
Green moths seems to almost be too large a sub-group. Anyway, perhaps another candidate could be "Comstock's Sallow Hodges# 10008 - Feralia comstocki" under the Owlets.

J&J: I have found your abstracting and grouping by color very useful in the past and have often wished that BG had an easily accessible "by prominent feature" page referencing thumbnails of such groupings for those of us who, below Order and the more common families, don't always know which way to turn for a preliminary ID.


 
Thanks, all
All added

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