Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Curved-toothed Geometer Moth

Eutrapela clemataria

These lovely geometer moths are usually brown with the  distinctive narrow brown bands horizontally across the wings. But I recently came across a black and white geometer moth that I blogged about here. This geometer moth above was on the garage window. Larvae feed on leaves of ash, basswood, birch, elm, fir, maple, poplar, willow, and other trees (source: http://bugguide.net/node/view/475). 

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