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My housemate raised a caterpillar to become a moth. Brown and tufted with greenish, olive eyes and small, metallic wing markings. He ate kiwifruit vine leaves as a green, looper caterpillar.
Urban garden in this case.
Not sure if this is a Chrysodeixis subsidens or a Chrysodeixis eriosoma. From what I can tell you need to know if the fore and hind wings are separate. It was about an inch long but without poking the long since released specimen, I can not know more about its wings.
Spotted on Mar 5, 2014
Submitted on Jun 26, 2015