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Monthly Archive for May, 2018

Garden Moths May #2

Following the record of Chrysolarentia actinipha a week ago, another session was called for to see if any more were about. That proved to be not the case, but there was another surprise. At the beginning of January a Chelepteryx collesi larva was discovered behind a loose sheet of Angophora costata bark, and duly photographed. […]

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Garden Moths, May.

With rough weather forecast, a trip up into the foothills to sample late autumn moths was postponed, and the light was set up in the shelter of the workshop, beaming out into the garden. It wasn’t long before the first moth arrived, a female Stibaroma sp. (1) (MOV) this individual is showing considerable white patching […]

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