Geometridae to identify...

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  1. pilonm

    pilonm Seedling

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    Hello all,

    Here is a moth I photographed in June in Quebec, Canada (near Vermont).

    I think it is a Geometridae.

    Do you have any idea regarding the Genus and species?

    Thanks,

    Michel, Quebec, Canada
    Naturalist Photographer

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  3. Christina Doherty

    Christina Doherty New Seed

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    Nice moth! I use INaturalist for drilling down to an ID. A lot of bug and insect folks on that site. Give it a try! . I have been seeing the geometrid larvae out here in 8b too!
     
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    I have sent several hundred images to BugGuide and find them very good as many experts ID them.
     
  6. pilonm

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    Thanks all for your help and the useful links you provided me :)

    Finally I identified it: it is a Geometridae whose name is Eusarca confusaria

    Cheers,

    Michel
    Quebec, Canada

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