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Wattle Bizarre Looper Moth (Female)

Eucyclodes pieroides


Wingspan around 3cm. Mostly pale green with light brown borders around the wings. Wing edges are scalloped.


Attracted to light at night in suburban backyard.


Male is shown here ...... Larvae found here .....

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LeanneGardner 3 years ago

Thanks Dr and Mark and thanks Daniele!

Mark Ridgway
Mark Ridgway 3 years ago


DanielePralong 3 years ago

Congratulations Leanne, your Wattle Bizarre Looper Moth has been chosen to illustrate our last Fact of the Day this year for Moth Week:

We've sadly reached the last official day of #NationalMothWeek, during which we've been bringing you educational facts about moths in the family Geometridae (National Moth Week’s group of the year), courtesy of National Moth Week team member and Project Noah ranger Jacob Gorneau. This family consists of about 23,000 species worldwide, which is about 12% of all moths! Thank you all for participating and sharing the moths you’ve found this week. In two days we'll announce our Spotting of the Week for Moth Week. Stay tuned!

On Project Noah all year round you can submit photos of moths you spot here:
Posting till August 5th included will still earn you our Moth Week 2018 patch.

DrNamgyalT.Sherpa 3 years ago


LeanneGardner 3 years ago

Thank you Melinda. Many are just like antique lace.

MelindaKiser 3 years ago


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QLD, Australia

Spotted on Jul 29, 2018
Submitted on Jul 29, 2018

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