The Bordered Grey (Selidosema brunnearia) is a species of moth in the Geometridae family.
There are two British subspecies of this moth in Britain. Selidosema brunnearia tyronensis was once found in Ireland, but is now presumed to be extinct in Britain. Selidosema brunnearia scandinaviaria is classed as Nationally Scarce A in Britain, with populations in the South of England, North of England and Wales, and North West Scotland.This species has greyish-brown wings, which, when fresh, are tinged purple. There are several dark bands across the forewing, with a broad brown border.