Although this plant is just outside the boundaries of the National Park, they are also found within the park. This plant appeared spontaneously this year - I have not seen it before in this location. Note the second photo for close-up of the labellum.
White coloured C fuscata (Dusky Fingers). ID'd on the basis of features such as the forward-pointing triangular extensions on mid-lobes, lack of yellow on lip/tip of labellum, glands on back of dorsal sepal and underneath sepals and petals. However noted a lack of prominent red transverse stripes on and underneath the labellum. Other C. fuscata nearby displayed the stripes extending further up the lobes and underneath the labellum. Just a variation perhaps in this plant? 4 pics.
Second image displays the bright yellow hind-wing. The resting position of this species is the 'tent' position but when flying the hindwing colour is more obvious. Five came to the light despite the cold night air.
This species is variable. It can be dark grey or lighter grey with black lines. It can also have light brown markings on both forewing and hindwing (see next observation). Largish moth; eight appeared at the light-trap.
This species comes to the light readily however only once in the past has it landed on the sheet. Invariably it sits on the ground using the stones and leave litter as camouflage. This image was not posed but rather an opportunistic observation which portrays the similarity of the leaf to the moth wing shape, colour and markings.