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21 Apr 2018
A number of this species came to the light-trap during the event. This is one of the yellowish forms.
As featured in Moths of Victoria Part 4
Typical wrap-around resting position if on a branch or a small tree trunk. Second image shows wings spread while resting on flat surface.
Photo taken and permission given to upload image by Peter Marriott. Both male and female of species came to light-trap on the night.
Second image shows normal resting position.
Second image shows head and leg spines
Very worn specimen
Featured in Moths of Victoria Part 5. Identified by the serrated lines on the forewing and the lack of a spot on the hindwing (see second photo).
Additional image shows antennae and head
Featured in Moths of Victoria Part 5
Additional image shows side view
Additional image shows side view. Featured in Moths of Victoria Part 2: Second Edition
Second image shows antennae and part of body
08 Apr 2018
Unable to determine species at this time.
Unable to determine the species at this time.
19 Apr 2018
Second image shows close-up of head
18 Apr 2018
Additional two images show hindwing colour and view of resting position from the top.