White-fringed Emerald Moth Nemoria mimosaria (Guenée in Boisduval and Guenée, 1858)  Synonyms: Hodges #7048.

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The White-fringed Emerald is a generalist and host plants are varied. Hardwoods and conifers, along with various shrubs, and other flowering plants have been noted as host plants.

There are 28 records in the project database.

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A White-fringed Emerald in Worcester Co., Maryland (5/18/2013). Photo by Scott Housten. (MBP list)

A White-fringed Emerald Moth in Garrett Co., Maryland (5/29/2014). Photo by Matt Tillett. (MBP list)

A White-fringed Emerald Moth in Preston Co., West Virginia (6/14/2008). Photo by Jim Brighton. (MBP list)

A White-fringed Emerald Moth in Talbot Co., Maryland (7/31/2014). Identified by Tim Reichard. Photo by Jim Brighton. (MBP list)


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