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Trapped by accident in my concertina fly wire. Seen here resting after release. Thanks to Cathy Powers and Chris Lindorff for id.


Date & Time

  2017-02-15 10:24 PM


  -37.430713 , 144.655091


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  1. Chris Lindorff  Either Trictena atripalpis or Abantiades labyrinthicus. I find the two difficult to separate, but might be easier if I knew what to look for. The wing patterns are so highly variable.

    Reply • 16 Feb 2017

  2. Cathy Powers  I think this is Abantiades labryinthicus looking at the posterior margins of fore wing. It is heavily designed where as this is not so in the Trictena atripalpis.

    Reply • 16 Feb 2017

  3. Gill Best  Thank you both!

    Reply • 17 Feb 2017

  4. Gill Best  Love looking at the calendar to see when various species are mainly observed. February a main time for this one.

    Reply • 17 Feb 2017

NS Observation No. 58A43BDEED2A896C5C000015
Created 2017-02-15 10:34 PM (over 3 years ago)
Created By Gill Best
Updated 2017-02-17 09:33 PM (over 3 years ago)
Updated By Gill Best
Edits 2
Photo Quality good-for-id
Camera Date-Stamp Yes
Camera Geotag Yes
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