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Sarcinodes
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Sarcinodes is an oriental genus of moth in the family Geometridae. The species are large with pinkish, mauvish or brownish gray body and wings. The wings are traversed by between one and three oblique, straight fasciae. The forewing apex is acute, slightly falcate. The male antennae are unipectinate, those of the female are typically filiform, in some species unipectinate.

The small number of host-plant records for Sarcinodes are Helicia (Proteaceae).[1]

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Sarcinodes: Brief Summary
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Sarcinodes is an oriental genus of moth in the family Geometridae. The species are large with pinkish, mauvish or brownish gray body and wings. The wings are traversed by between one and three oblique, straight fasciae. The forewing apex is acute, slightly falcate. The male antennae are unipectinate, those of the female are typically filiform, in some species unipectinate.

The small number of host-plant records for Sarcinodes are Helicia (Proteaceae).

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