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Black-banded Orange Moth In the thick of the bog, the Black-banded Orange Moth (Epelis truncataria) can be seen dancing from leaf to leaf at the Mer Bleue Conservation Area, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Ramsar site no. 755. Black-banded Orange Moth,Canada,Epelis truncataria,Geotagged,Mer Bleue Conservation Area,Ontario,Ottawa,Spring,truncataria Click/tap to enlarge PromotedSpecies introCountry intro

Black-banded Orange Moth

In the thick of the bog, the Black-banded Orange Moth (Epelis truncataria) can be seen dancing from leaf to leaf at the Mer Bleue Conservation Area, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Ramsar site no. 755.

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''Epelis truncataria'', the black-banded orange, is a species of geometrid moth in the family Geometridae. It is found in North America. The MONA or Hodges number for ''Epelis truncataria'' is 6321.

Similar species: Moths And Butterflies
Species identified by Greg Shchepanek
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By Greg Shchepanek

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Uploaded Nov 27, 2018. Captured May 20, 2017 11:32 in Dolman Ridge Rd, Orléans, ON K1C 7G4, Canada.
  • DMC-ZS60
  • f/3.3
  • 1/800s
  • ISO80
  • 4.3mm