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A small white moth with zig-zagging dark bands and diffuse brown patches on tented fore wings. Wing span was about 30 mm. The head was white and thorax showed a low profile black tuft . Labial palps were white and recurved.
Spotted under bright garden lights on a warm night
Larvae of this species have been found boring into branches of some species of wattle.
Subfamily: Oecophorinae (Barea Group)