Nemoria pistaciaria (Packard, 1876). 
Known from the Pacific coast counties of California, Nemoria pistaciaria is a distinctive west coast species. The bright green wings are broadly striated with white. The wings often lack distinct am and pm lines. When present, the pm line may be weak and broken, and the am line lacking. The wing fringes are cream to pinkish and the abdomen is green and unmarked on the dorsal surface. The species name is frequently misspelled, in part, and as early as 1902, the name was in print as Nemoria pistacearia and this was propagated through many publications including Ferguson's 1969 Revision and 1985 MONA fascicle. Additionally, the name is similar in pronunciation to that of Hethemia pistasciaria, another North American Geometrine.