Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center
Caterpillars of Pacific Northwest
Forests and Woodlands
Dysstroma formosa [Geometridae]
Light green with a white hue, and white subdorsal longitudinal lines. This species is the most common inchworm on currants and gooseberries and feeds on many species of Ribes during June and July.
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