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An attractive small moth with a wingspan of 20 mm. Mostly brown with a costal margin of dull copper. Both fore and hind wings showed white patches.
The moth was seen resting propped on its long thin white legs and abdomen curled upwards.
Antennae were swept back.
Spotted under garden lights - warm summer night.
I have no information on this moth except that it is found in Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria in Australia. The moth has also been seen in China and Kenya.