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About 18mm long. Interesting tufts on legs. Rich terra cotta with white patterns.
Attracted to lights at the edge of a local national park. Two specimens found.
Formerly known as Drymiarcha exanthes. The genus Anemosa was previously placed in CHRYSAUGINAE; PYRALIDAE.
Very cold weather recently but a single warm night drew these from the forest.
Found in southern NSW and Victoria. Life cycle relatively unknown. Uncommon.
Female here http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/209...
Lat: -37.89, Long: 145.31
Spotted on Sep 11, 2017
Submitted on Sep 12, 2017
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