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Pale Beauty (Campaea perlata), is a nocturnal moth of very light pale green. The adult can be found in woods and woodlands, both wild and developed, where host trees exist. Females, who are usually larger than males, lay a clutch of round, yellow eggs that become red over a few days. Larvae look like twigs and branches. These caterpillars eat leaves of deciduous trees such as oak, elm, and willow.
This point of interest is part of the tour: Walking Waterhoods: Sausal Creek - Palo Seco