About 24mm long. Resting on a shopfront awning. Only one shot unfortunately. Next to a large national park. Dandenong Ranges NP.
The yellow fuzz is indicative for species. The larvae really are omnivorous eating Wattles Acacia, Gum Trees, Pultenaea, Dodonaea, Choretrum, Myoporum and Tamarix.
About 22mm wingspan. Resting on a shop window at night. Angled corners on hind wings are indicative.
Drawn to lights at night opposite a large national park. Dandenong Ranges NP.
Larvae feed on Aotus ericoides, (FABACEAE)
This handsome male cossid moth was grey with fine black lines on wings. Some parts of the wings were tinged with a pale brown.The tufted grey thorax had two bands of black. Legs had thick setae and tarsi were banded.
Spotted under bright lights near a national park.