Cyclophora linearia, the clay triple-lines, is a moth of the family Geometridae. The species first described by Jacob Hübner in 1799 and it can be found in Europe, primarily in the southern half of Britain. The wingspan is 26–33 mm. The basic colour of the wings is pale brown to orange in the first generation and rose red in the second generation. On the forewing are three crosslines, black to reddish in colour, the middle is wider. The crosslines are often vague in the second generation. The moths fly from May to July depending on the location. The larvae feed on beech.

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  • Cyclophora linearia, the clay triple-lines, is a moth of the family Geometridae. The species first described by Jacob Hübner in 1799 and it can be found in Europe, primarily in the southern half of Britain. The wingspan is 26–33 mm. The basic colour of the wings is pale brown to orange in the first generation and rose red in the second generation. On the forewing are three crosslines, black to reddish in colour, the middle is wider. The crosslines are often vague in the second generation. The moths fly from May to July depending on the location. The larvae feed on beech. (en)
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  • *Ephyra strabonaria (Zeller, 1851)
  • *Geometra linearia (Hubner, 1799)
  • *Phalaena luteolaria (Villers, 1789)
  • *Phalaena trilinearia (Borkhausen, 1794)
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  • Cyclophora linearia, the clay triple-lines, is a moth of the family Geometridae. The species first described by Jacob Hübner in 1799 and it can be found in Europe, primarily in the southern half of Britain. The wingspan is 26–33 mm. The basic colour of the wings is pale brown to orange in the first generation and rose red in the second generation. On the forewing are three crosslines, black to reddish in colour, the middle is wider. The crosslines are often vague in the second generation. The moths fly from May to July depending on the location. The larvae feed on beech. (en)
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  • Cyclophora linearia (en)
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