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Photo#714982
Southern Emerald - Synchlora aerata

Southern Emerald - Synchlora aerata
Cedar Hill, Dallas County, Texas, USA
October 16, 2012
Size: 20 mm

Wavy-lined Emerald - Hodges #7058
Moved from Southern Emerald Moth.

Lisa,
Someone just emailed me, asking if Southerns could get as large as 20-24mm WS, citing your specimen. S. frondaria is noticeably smaller and has a distinctively denticulate AM & PM. Notice the difference between a southern and your moth? BTW you've added a new species for Texas.
Robert

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