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Photo#969050
Moth - Synchlora aerata

Moth - Synchlora aerata
Shabaqua, Hwy 17, Ontario, Canada
July 15, 2013

Moved
Moved from Synchlora.

Check the antennae on your original, because sometimes you can tell the gender from this angle. However, the image is too blurry for me to say for sure..."Antennae without pectines = ♀"

Moved
Moved from Emeralds.

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

When was this picture taken?
About how large is this moth?

 
I`m guessing about 30-35 mm.
I`m guessing about 30-35 mm. It`s an Emerald but which one.

 
I moved your image
to Geometrinae (emeralds) to bring it to the attention of the geometrid experts.

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