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910654.007071Chlorochlamys chloroleucaria (Guenée, [1858]) – Blackberry Looper Moth

© Valerie G. Bugh
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Synonymy: Nemoria chloroleucaria Guenée, [1858]
Nemoria densaria Walker, 1863
Thalassodes deprivata Walker, 1863
Geometra desolataria Herrich-Schäffer, 1870
Aplodes flavilineata Riley, 1870
Nemoria indiscriminata Walker, 1863
Eucrostis rectilinea Zeller, 1872
References
  • Barcode of Life (BOLD) - Caution: Some specimens shown may not be sequenced. DNA barcode provides evidence of relatedness not proof of identification.
  • Ferguson, D. C., 1985. Moths of America North of Mexico, Fascicle 18.1: p. 105; pl. 4.27-30. order
  • Hall et al., 2021. The Moths of North Carolina - website (identification, habitats and life history)
  • Species Page at BugGuide.Net
Chlorochlamys chloroleucaria
© Bob Patterson
Chlorochlamys chloroleucaria
© Carroll Rudy
Chlorochlamys chloroleucaria
© Jo McGavin
Chlorochlamys chloroleucaria
© Bob Patterson
Chlorochlamys chloroleucaria
© Jason Dombroskie
Chlorochlamys chloroleucaria
© Jim Farrell
Chlorochlamys chloroleucaria
© Mike Quinn
Chlorochlamys chloroleucaria
© Robert Zimlich
Chlorochlamys chloroleucaria
© Ken Childs
Chlorochlamys chloroleucaria
LG – © Jim Troubridge
Chlorochlamys chloroleucaria
16mm – © Jim Vargo
Chlorochlamys chloroleucaria
© Rob Curtis LG

Chlorochlamys chloroleucaria
© Tom Murray LG

Chlorochlamys chloroleucaria
© John Carr LG

Chlorochlamys chloroleucaria
© Lynette Schimming

Chlorochlamys chloroleucaria
© Tom Murray

Chlorochlamys chloroleucaria
© Tom Murray

Chlorochlamys chloroleucaria
© Betsy Higgins

Chlorochlamys chloroleucaria
© Janice Stiefel
5th instar
Chlorochlamys chloroleucaria
© Canadian National Collection LG

Chlorochlamys chloroleucaria
© Howell Curtis

Chlorochlamys chloroleucaria
© Carroll Rudy


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