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This arrow-head shaped moth was small with a wing span of about 15 mm. The Costal margin was edged with a thin brown line and the posterior half of each fore wing was brown with a pale yellow patch in each wing. The out-stretched antennae were thin and long giving this species it's name of "long horn"
Attracted to bright garden lights - warm humid night.
Found in Tasmania, Victoria and the Australian Capital Territory.