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Cleora illustraria, commonly known as "cleora looper moth", is a member of the geometer moth family Geometridae. This specimen had a wingspan of approx. 50 mm, and was quite pale when compared to other members of the species. Wings were lightly banded in this case, and had the characteristic scalloped wing margins. Obviously resting for the day, and drawn in by patio lights at night. Australian native species, but sub-species also found in PNG, Solomon Islands and Sulawesi.
Suburban backyard in Brisbane, Queensland.