Chlorochlamys phyllinaria (Zeller, 1872). 
Chlorochlamys phyllinaria This species is very similar in size and general appearance to Chlorochlamys appellaria, though the pm and am lines on the wings are generally thinner and frequently more sinuous than those typically found on C. appellaria. The female palpi are very short and may help to distinguish it from C. appellaria or C. triangularis. The terminal segment of the palpi on the specimen above was a bright yellow olive color. Chlorochlamys phyllinaria also lacks the distinct white abdominal stripe usually seen on the dorsal abdominal segments of C. appellaria.