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Synchlora aerata


Synchlora aerata - Wavy-lined Emerald


Synchlora


This is the nominate


Synchlora genus


Synchlora aerata


Yes - Synchlora aerata


Synchlora (aerata?) -- "Camouflaged looper"


Synchlora aerata, most likely


Synchlora aerata


Reminds me of Synchlora


This looks like a Synchlora f


Probable Aberration of 7058 - Synchlora aerata


probably Synchlora aerata - Hodges #7058


Synchlora aerata - Wavy-lined Emerald - Hodges #7058


Synchlora aerata - Wavy-lined Emerald - Hodges #7058


This moth looks like either S


Wavy-lined Emerald?


Wavy-lined Emerald Moth


Emerald


Synchlora aerata?


Update


yes, Synchlora aerata - Hodges #7058


Synchlora frondaria - Hodges #7059


Synchlora.....


Could it be a Synchlora aerat


Could be.


Agree


Synchlora


Yes. Based on the Degree of Waviness.......


Wavy-lined Emerald Moth?


Camouflaged Caterpillar


Moved, Synchlora aerata


Breeding Moths


Moved for further review.


caterpillar


Synchlora aerata


Looks good for a Wavy-Lined E


Thanks! I believe in my area


Wavy-lined Emerald


Female


Synchlora aerata?


Day Emerald Moth


My pick:


Thank you!


Moved


White line emerald moth Synch


Thanks for the tip...maybe a


Very good point


Synchlora aerata


Synchlora aerata


I ws thinking it was


Just guessing...


Not an expert but it looks like Synchlora aerata to me.


Emerald


Wavy-lined Emerald


Moved to Synchlora aerata - Wavy-lined Emerald


Synchlora frondaria


Synchlora aerata - Wavy-lined Emerald - Hodges #7058


nice photo


I expect this is probably Synchlora aerata


Thanks


moth


yes, Synchlora aerata - Hodges #7058


Geometridae: Synchlora aerata?


Moved


Synchlora aerata - Hodges #7058


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yes, Synchlora aerata - Hodges #7058


Synchlora aerata - Hodges #7058


Wavy-Lined Emerald Moth?


Synchlora aerata - Wavy-lined Emerald - Hodges #7058


Synchlora aerata - Wavy-lined Emerald - Hodges #7058


Chlorochlamys chloroleucaria - Blackberry Looper - Hodges #7071


Looks like


One of the other contributors pointed out to us


Synchlora..


Probably a Wavy-lined Emerald


I would try


Looks like


I agree


Looper


7058 - Synchlora aerata


7058 - Synchlora aerata


This one is smaller than the Southern


Maybe Synchlora aerata


This isn't N. mimosaria


Synchlora aerata


Maybe a Wavy-lined Emerald, S


Hmm


Thanks


Agree


You are correct!


Most likely one of the emeralds...


Possibly


Nemoria elfa I believe...


Camoflaged Looper


What do you think about [ur


Camouflaged Looper


Thanks.


Nemoria...


Moved


Camouflaged Looper


7058 -- Wavy-lined Emerald Moth -- Synchlora aerata


Probably 7058 -- Wavy-lined Emerald Moth -- Synchlora aerata


synchlora


Wavy lined Emerald


Definitely an emerald