Common Angle Moth - Macaria aemulataria
Wingspan 20 mm. Straw-colored forewings have faint brown lines on veins and at costa. The midpoint of the subterminal area is marked with a large, blackish mark. The outer margins have a shallow indentation near the apex.
Habitat: Attracted to a light in a rural area.
''Macaria aemulataria'', the common angle moth, is a moth in the family Geometridae. It is found from Nova Scotia to Florida, west to Texas, north to Oregon and Alberta.
The wingspan is 20–22 mm. The forewings are cream-grey with three transverse lines and a bold brown patch in the middle outer third. The hindwings have a discal spot and antemedian and postmedian lines. Adults are on wing from mid June to mid July in Alberta and from May to September in Ohio.
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