One-spotted Variant, Hypagyrtis unipunctata
Family Geometridae (Geometrid Moths)
Wingspan: 20-47 mm
Flight period: April to September
Habitat: Deciduous and mixed woods; adults are nocturnal and attracted to light
Caterpillar host plants: Leaves of alder, apple, ash, birch, cherry, dogwood, hickory, maple, oak, pine, poplar, rose, serviceberry, willow and others
Overwinters as caterpillar exposed on tree bark and branches; important food source for wintering insectivorous birds in the easter U.S.