A pale moth with purple tinged wings and fringed trailing margins. Wingspan could have been about 10 to 12 mm.Each fore wing had a smudged dark patch in the middle of the inner margin which at rest formed a dark circle. On each wing was also a small dark, slightly posterior to the dark patch. Antennae were swept back. The labial palps appeared to form a "snout" with a short stiff bristle on either side at the tip.
Seen under a bright garden light on a warm night.
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.
Correct name is Zonopetala correcta
Differs from Z. decisana by the yellowish tinge of the basal third of forewing and the size and shape of the large dark patch enclosed by an irregular white line on the outer quarter of the forewing.