High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Rhabdotaedoeagus is a
genus of moth in the family Geometridae. The geometer moths or
Geometridae are a family of the order Lepidoptera. A very large
family, it has around 26,000 species of moths described (over 300
of which occur in the British Isles, and over 1,200 species
indigenous to North America). A well-known member is the Peppered
Moth, Biston betularia, which has been subject of numerous studies
in population genetics. Several other geometer moths are notorious
pests. Many Geometrids have slender abdomens and broad wings which
are usually held flat with the hindwings visible. As such they
appear rather butterfly-like but in most respects they are typical
moths: the majority fly at night, they possess a frenulum to link
the wings and the antennae of the males are often feathered.
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