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Saw-Wing Geometer Moth? - Euchlaena amoenaria

Saw-Wing Geometer Moth? - Euchlaena amoenaria
Townsend, Blount County, Tennessee, USA
August 14, 2009
Size: 1 1/2 inch wingspan
This came to the porch light at a cabin we were staying at in Townsend, TN. I believe it is the Saw-Wing. There weren't many images avail. to compare, but it looks similar to the ones on bugguide.

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Hiya Shelly, once you get a pretty firm ID, you can move your items to the species page yourself. This helps keep the site streamlined and speeds up ID of new items that pop up b/c old items aren't clogging up the pages. 8:) Nina

if you're unsure how, see the help section for submitting and moving images

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

What about
Euchlaena amoenaria (Deep Yellow Euchlaena - Hodges#6733) ?

 
OH YEA! that's it for sure, t
OH YEA! that's it for sure, thank you.

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