| Epirrhoe hastulata, Catarhoe cuculata, Xanthorhoe decoloraria, Catarhoe rubidata, Entephria punctipes|Epirrhoe pupillata pupillata
Epirrhoe pupillata orientalis (Osthelder, 1909)
Epirrhoe pupillata Wikipedia
Epirrhoe pupillata is a moth of the Geometridae family. It is known from the mountains of Europe (from central Scandinavia to the Alps) to central Asia, Mongolia and Siberia.
The wingspan is 21–24 mm. There are two generations per year with adults on wing from June to August.
The larvae feed on Galium verum. Larvae can be found in June/July and from August to October. It overwinters as a pupa.