Observation 2014-01-11 12:16 AM
Tags / Aspects
This gigantic and heavy moth was about 65 mm long and looked like a roll of burnt paper. The fore wings had attractive blotchy patches of black, brown, grey and white with the inner margins folding over each other in a wave. The grey thorax had two short black tufts of setae. Antennae were smooth and short. The abdomen was covered with dense grey setae; it looked and felt heavy.
Spotted under bright lights near a national park.
Date & Time
2014-01-11 12:16 AM
-37.892968 , 145.310601 : 132.812 m
Near Upper Ferntree Gully VIC 3156, Australia
|NS Observation No.||5A1E8D09ED2A8962BE004F76|
|Created||2017-11-29 09:41 PM (about 1 year ago)|
|Created By||Leuba Ridgway|
|Updated||2017-11-30 01:02 PM (about 1 year ago)|
|Updated By||Leuba Ridgway|
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