This is an unusual resting position for E. encalypti. There were so many bugs on the sheet that I think this elevated position is a defensive pose. At least it gave me a chance to get a good image of its head including palps. See second image.
A small attractive moth that looked almost square because of a hunched back. Satiny wings were a creamy colour deepening to a reddish-brown towards the trailing margins. Two lines of small black dots slanted downwards from the mid-costal area.
Wing span - 20 mm.
Drawn to bright garden lights. Mixed natives in the area.