Chloroclystis lichenodes is a moth in the Geometridae family. It is found in New Zealand, where it has been recorded from the North Island, the South Island and Stewart Island. The habitat consists of forests.
The forewings are dull green with a large pale brown area near the base, divided into three distinct patches by fine black lines. The central area of the wing is mottled with black, pale brown and dull green. There is a broad, irregular band of chocolate-brown near the termen. The hindwings are dull greenish-brown with several irregular black and white transverse lines and small patches of chocolate-brown. Adults are on wing from November to February.
Adults have been observed resting with outspread wings on lichen-covered tree-trunks.