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Tussock moth with white bristles in four sets. Also the adult wingless female with eggs developed from these larvae.
Feeding on Acacia
Both caterpillars pupated and emerged as female wingless moths.
Finally found the ID of this wingless moth.
Here is my other tussock moth with pics#2 and #3 showing the wingless female that emerged.
Wingless females is usual for most tussock moths. I was kind of hoping for a male so I have a chance at IDing it.
I wonder if they got into something bad by accident. Wingless is strange.
Lat: -37.73, Long: 145.38
Spotted on Nov 26, 2011 Submitted on Nov 26, 2011
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