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Photo#456600
Southern Emerald Moth?   - Synchlora aerata - male

Southern Emerald Moth? - Synchlora aerata - Male
Granite City, Madison County, Illinois, USA
September 19, 2010

Moved
Moved from Synchlora.

Moved
Moved from Moths.
Wish I could help you. Let us keep it among the emeralds at least.

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Wavy is right…
The southern emerald has more jagged AM and PM lines than the wavy-lined one.

See reference here.

Probably a Wavy-lined Emerald
I think this is probably a Wavy-lined Emerald - Hodges#7058 (Synchlora aerata) based on the location. Take a look at the data maps for the two species.

Southern Emerald Moth
Southern Emerald Moth

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