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21 Jan 2018
Correct name is Zonopetala correcta
Differs from Z. decisana by the yellowish tinge of the basal third of forewing and the size and shape of the large dark patch enclosed by an irregular white line on the outer quarter of the forewing.
This is Macrobathra alternatella
One more for which a name cannot be located.
The space between the bases of the two antennae is dark which differentiates this from the similar I. coastaria.
22 Jan 2018
Dysbatus sp. (1) in MoV5
Less colourful than previous specimen.
Red form of the adult.
05 Jan 2018
Second image included as one fo the tufts can be seen in the lateral view - on the left forewing near shoulder.
For record only.
06 Jan 2018
18 Dec 2017
A bit ragged but a useful record.
This particularly dark specimen is quite different to the lighter forms.
A worn specimen but there for the record. p.s. the cover for MoV3 shows a better specimen photographed further down the road towards Warburton.
Still a beautiful moth.
Not a clear image but OK for the record.
This belongs to a complex of similar white moths with black patterns belonging to the genus Cosmaresta.
This specimen may be S. plagiotis but there appear to be a number of differences and this identification will need to be confirmed or corrected.
Chrysolarentia pantoea was listed in Australian and world Checklist but has since been removed from Chrysolarentia; it remains unallocated to genus at time of posting.