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Photo#9616
Need ID - Lobocleta ossularia

Need ID - Lobocleta ossularia
South Louisiana, Prairieville, Ascension Parish, Louisiana, USA
July 4, 2004
Size: 1/2" to 3/4"

Moved
Moved from Sterrhinae.

Moved
Moved from Geometrid Moths.

geometrid moth
Moved from ID Request section.

Texas Grey ?
See what you think about this one from Bob Patterson . Or how about the Tan Wave?

geometrid ID
I browsed through the thumbnails of Canadian geometrids and didn't find any "dead ringers" -- not surprising, as I imagine Louisiana would have many species not found up here. If you know of any resources for southern US geometrids, I suggest looking at the genus Scopula first, then at others in the subfamily Sterrhinae before checking the Larentiinae. Here's three sample Scopula species for starters.

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