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Photo#284616
White moth - Synchlora aerata - male

White moth - Synchlora aerata - Male
Chantilly, Fairfax County, Virginia, USA
June 5, 2009
Please help with ID.

Moved
Moved from Blackberry Looper.

Pectinate antennae = ♂
Note, the PM line on the hind-wing as jagged, rather than straight.

maybe blackberry looper
this might be a light form of blackberry looper, which is more typically greenish/blue. I think yours is male.

 
Thanks, Nina!
Mine is a little bit greenish. ^^

 
some emeralds aren't green
if you take a look through the genus and tribe levels, you'll see that a few have seasonal color changes, such as a brownish form in the Spring.

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