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Emerald moth - Nemoria mimosaria - male

Emerald moth - Nemoria mimosaria - Male
St. Albert, Alberta, Canada
May 17, 2016
Size: 15mm across
Not sure if it is an Emerald or not. Found on an ugly coloured building, put it on glass and it seemed content for the pix.

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Emerald moth - Nemoria mimosaria - male Emerald moth - Nemoria mimosaria - male Emerald moth - Nemoria mimosaria - male

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Male - White-Fringed Emerald Moth
Pectinate antennae = ♂
The wings have a solid green background, with thin white lines; AM line bent; no discal spots; the white spots on the abdomen have no pink colors. These are some of the key features of this species. Your's is a male, with the fancy antennae and a thin abdomen.
This one also has some red color on the face. Nemoria mimosaria: (range includes Alberta)