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Unknown Pug Moth - Idaea dimidiata

Unknown Pug Moth - Idaea dimidiata
Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
June 8, 2015
Light colored pug moth seen in my garage Victoria BC

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Moved from Idaea.

ID confirmed by Libby and Rick Avis.

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Moved from Geometrid Moths.

I felt confident enough to move to species when I found it listed in John Davis's Moths of the Pacific Northwest.

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Reminds me of , but this would be a first in BC, so I would need a confirmation to move to species.

 
Yes, Idaea dimidiata.
It's very common in BC and there are already several others posted on BG from BC.

 
Idaea Dimidiata
I agree with your suggestion. I've seen Idaea Dimidiata before in and around Victoria BC. The vertical dark marks on this individual stumped me but there are examples of this moth with such markings on the species page in the Moth Photographers Group. The following link to the map on that page indicates there have been other sightings in BC vetted by knowledgeable mothers. Thanks for your response.

http://mothphotographersgroup.msstate.edu/species.php?hodges=7126&state=PNW

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