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This beautiful Wingia moth had a wing span of 20 mm. Wings were tented and narrow with up-turned trailing margins. The head and palps were a golden yellow. The thorax was a pale pink and golden wings darkened to a deep brown in the marginal area.
Attracted to bright lights in a suburban garden n a warm night.
Larvae feed on eucalyptus leaves.