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Green Carphoides Moth Carphoides setigera (Rindge, 1958)
Identification: Forewing light grayish-green with toothed black lines, black discal spot, and sparse dark speckling; fringe white with dark scales at vein tips; hindwing white with gray speckling/shading and small discal dot; subterminal and terminal lines represented by a series of dashes
Wing Span: 3.0-3.8 cm
Flight: June and July
Caterpillar Hosts: Unknown
Taxonomy Notes: None.
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