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Lomographa temerata

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Kingdom  Animalia
Class  Insecta
Genus  Lomographa
Rank  Species
Phylum  Arthropoda
Family  Geometridae
Scientific name  Lomographa temerata
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Similar  Common white wave, Small fan‑footed wave, Lomaspilis, Ligdia adustata, Clouded border

Lomographa temerata, the clouded silver, is a moth of the family Geometridae. The species can be found in Central and East Europe, including Russia, Russian Far East, Siberia, Central Asia Transcaucasia and Issyk-Kul.

The wingspan is 22–26 mm.The ground colour is whitish with a silky sheen Recognizable by the dark clouding in the distal part of the forewing, though this varies greatly in intensity and always leaves free (at least in part) a broad white dentate subterminal line.

The moths fly from May to June. [1].

The larva feed on various trees, including hawthorn and blackthorn.

References

Lomographa temerata Wikipedia


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