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Eupithecia sp. Which?

Eupithecia sp. Which?
Rochester Twp., Rochester County, Pennsylvania, USA
August 28, 2017
Size: 1¼" inch/32mm
73F/23°C Hu50%

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Eupithecia sp. Which? Fine Lined Gray  (Exelis pyrolaria)?

Moved from Geometrid Moths.


Moved from ID Request.

Perhaps ...
One of the Eupithecia moths? BTW when posting Leps, be sure to check either Adult or Immature at the bottom of Submit Image page. Thanks.

I see!
Right on Z, will do!

I'm tossing out Fine lined for Eupithecia, as the spots are moth prominent than the lines. Thanks Z!!!

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