The Bark Moths #3.

Two genera in this episode, Sciolglyptis and Syneora.

Scioglyptis.

The Fuscous Bark Moth, Scioglyptis canescaria, female.

The Light Grey Bark Moth, Scioglyptis loxographa, female.

The Grey-patch Bark Moth, Scioglyptis chionomera.

Male

Female.

The White-patch Bark Moth, Scioglyptis lyciaria.

Male.

Syneora.

The Forest Bark Moth, Syneora mundifera, male.

Female.

The Cream-fringed Bark Moth, Syneora praecisa, male.

The Long-winged Bark Moth, Syneora strixata, females.

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To be continued.

References and further reading,  Moths of Victoria Volume 7.

 

The Bark Moths #2.

Thallogama.

The Dappled Bark Moth, Thallogama destinataria, male.

Female, both sexes have pectinate antennae, broader in the male.

The Black Bark Moth, Thallogama nigraria, female.

(Tephrosia)

The Spotted Bark Moth, (Tephrosia) exesaria, male.

Female.

The Grey-marbled Bark Moth, (Tephrosia) desumpta, female.

Phelotis.

The Long-fringed Bark Moth, Phelotis cognata, male.

Cleora.

In MOV 7 The genus Cleora is separated into four species numbered (1), (2), (3), (4). Species (2) is the one found locally, this attractive moth is variable in colour and markings.

Cleora sp(2), male.

Female.

Male.

Male, cream patched.

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To be continued.

References and further reading, Moths of Victoria Volume 7.