Wednesday, 24 August 2016

Alucita phricodes revisited

 This moth was covered in a previous page, (see Alucita phricodes ALUCITIDAE Wednesday, 7 October 2015). These photos are a bit better than the previous ones.
It is a bit earlier than we normally see them. Normal is late October through to about March.


Family:- ALUCITIDAE
Sub Family:-
Genus:- Alucita 
Species:- phricodes




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Geometridae, Cleora Moths


The genus Cleora has a number of moths that look very much the same in wing patterns. In some cases, the identification is a "best guess", when compared to a number of other identified images.
The forewings often have a light circle in the middle of the wing towards the forward edge of the wing.



 Family:- GEOMETRIDAE
Sub Family:-
Genus:- Cleora
Species:- sabulata



 Family:- GEOMETRIDAE
Sub Family:-
Genus:- Cleora
Species:- displicata






 Family:- GEOMETRIDAE
Sub Family:-
Genus:- Cleora
Species:- perlepidaria






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