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Caterpillars of Pacific Northwest
Forests and Woodlands

Eupithecia ravocostaliata [Geometridae]


Solid green; lateral off-white band bordered by a solid red line below. This species is common on cascara from June to August. It is similar in appearance to Eupithecia nevadata. These two species differ in the patterns of the green body color and the red spiracular line, and in host plants.


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