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Discussion

DianneClarke wrote:
21 min ago
Tried adding another photo but the system isn't accepting edits at the moment.

Unidentified Insect
ibaird wrote:
27 min ago
To me the main outer forewing main line meets the costa at the wrong angle for E. cleodoralis,

Eudonia cleodoralis
donhe wrote:
34 min ago
I find the photo hard to interpret. A photo of the whole pupa would be good.

Unidentified Insect
ibaird wrote:
36 min ago
This moth has a prominent white segment in its antennae which I don;t see in P. operculella.

Gelechiidae (family)
donhe wrote:
43 min ago
I think the sticks are too thin and too many for Clania, and this could be Oecobia frauenfeldi or the undetermined one at
http://lepidoptera.butterflyhouse.com.au/psyc/psychaz.html
It would be good if we could see the head and thorax of the caterpillar itself.

Clania lewinii

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