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Geometrid - Orthonama obstipata

Geometrid - Orthonama obstipata
Rondeau Provincial Park, Chatham-Kent, Ontario, Canada
September 14, 2019
I checked the terrific page of moths showing the undersides, as produced by Bob Biagi, but couldn't find a match. Not sure if it is possible with this specimen or not.

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It looks like this one, but I'm not sure of the gender.
Orthonama obstipata: ♀ Let's double-check the wing shapes and the relative spacing on all of the lines. Here is a shot with more color, like your's:

 
Thanks so much, Bob....
From what I can tell, the lines are a little indistinct but in combination with the way the wing shape looks, I am leaning towards male.

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