Moths in the genus Nola are mainly small and can be difficult to identify. A number of Victorian species are yet to be described and there are probably more to be discovered. At least twelve species have come to the light, here are six to begin with.
The Crossed Tuft-moth, Nola crucigera.
The Cycota Tuft-moth, Nola cycota. (Complex)
The Clearly-marked Tuft-moth, Nola delograpta.
The Patched Tuft-moth, Nola epicentra.
The Grained Tuft-moth, Nola eucolpa.
The Epaulet Tuft-moth, Nola monozona.
To be continued,
References and further reading, Moths of Victoria Volume 2.