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Southwest corner of Blackbutt Forest, near containment Dam

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6 Comments

Scott Frazier
Scott Frazier 10 years ago

moved to arthropods :-)

e s c
e s c 10 years ago

It might just be a tussock moth. I wouldn't put it up there until verified.

Atul
Atul 10 years ago

It is indeed Vicki !! amazing site amazing people and even amazing organisms
i just love it!!

Vic
Vic 10 years ago

Oh Atul!! i should be thanking you ! what a wonderfull site:-) Beautifull Amazing world we live in. Thanks Martini for info, appreciated.

MartinL
MartinL 10 years ago

It's one of the tussock moths. Hairy with four sets of bristles like a toothbrush. Female adults usually have no wings. I have some pics FYI.

Atul
Atul 10 years ago

nice one !
welcome to project noah!

Vic
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Vic

2529, New South Wales, Australia

Spotted on Dec 7, 2011
Submitted on Dec 10, 2011

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