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Cossid Moth -16

Description:

This attractive Cossid moth would have been about 40 to 45 mm long. Has the distinct black upside down "V" pattern on the thorax seen in Endoxyla genus.

Habitat:

This moth was spotted by a friend in camping grounds. It had just emerged and was unfurling its wings.

Notes:

Will look for an ID for this cossid moth. This moth was photographed by Lt D Johnson (CFA)
Permission has been sought to use this image as a spotting on PN.


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Victoria, Australia

Lat: -37.31, Long: 144.13

Spotted on Jan 30, 2017
Submitted on Feb 4, 2017

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