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The Common Forest Looper (Pseudocoremia suavis) is a species of moth in the Geometridae family.

This species was first discovered in 2007, from 5 unidentified specimens found at a light trap in a single location in Cornwall. It took a whole year until it was identified as the Common Forest Looper, which is a New Zealand species. There are various New Zealand species of plant which have been brought to Britain. This moth is similar in size to the Yellow-barred Brindle, and is quite variable.

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