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Green Moth White-Fringed Emerald - Nemoria mimosaria - Synchlora aerata

Green Moth White-Fringed Emerald - Nemoria mimosaria - Synchlora aerata
Richmond, Wayne County, Indiana, USA
September 17, 2008
Size: 1"
ID help requested!

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All creatures are interesting
And I try not to lose my sense of wonder at even the most common ones--but sometimes you feel that you've been given a beautifully gift-wrapped surprise! Lovely!

Take a look
at the White-fringed Emerald. What a beautiful moth.

 
White-Fringed Emerald - Nemoria mimosaria
Thanks for you help DR!

 
This isn't N. mimosaria
This moth is the Wavy-lined Emerald, Synchlora aerata.

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