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Photo#880302
Unidentified moth - Cabera erythemaria

Unidentified moth - Cabera erythemaria
Otsego County, New York, USA
May 30, 2011
Came to house window, photo taken 9:01 AM.

Moved
Moved from Moths.

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Scopula Wave
It looks like a Scopula Wave, probably either Scopula junctaria - Simple Wave - Hodges#7164 or Scopula quadrilineata - Four-lined Wave - Hodges#7165.

It is hard to tell whether the PM line is wiggly or straight from the photo as shown in these comparison images http://www.cbif.gc.ca/spp_pages/geometroidea/jpgs/image_e.php?image%5B%5D=107164.jpg%2CScopula+junctaria&image%5B%5D=107165.jpg%2CScopula+quadrilineata

 
The problem with Waves is tha
The problem with Waves is that they are spotted, where this one is marked with fine short dashes. Because of this (and also the wing shapes) my best guess is a #6677 Yellow-dusted Cream whose yellow dusting is just extremely faint. As I write this, I see that if I look at the small "tag" version of this image, I can actually see some lines like a yellow-dusted should have.