Photos / Sounds

Observer

yolasue

Date

May 5, 2022 11:02 AM AEST
Pterolocera - Photo (c) Donald Hobern, some rights reserved (CC BY)
jackiebeer's ID: Genus Pterolocera, a member of Anthelid Lappet Moths (Family Anthelidae)
Added on May 26, 2022
Leading

Photos / Sounds

Observer

scottwgavins

Date

May 5, 2022 10:13 AM AEST
Ennominae - Photo (c) Roger C. Kendrick, all rights reserved
jackiebeer's ID: Subfamily Ennominae, a member of Geometer Moths (Family Geometridae)
Added on May 26, 2022
Leading

Photos / Sounds

What

Anthelid Lappet Moths (Family Anthelidae)

Observer

lesley_southwell

Date

May 6, 2022 01:41 PM AEST
Anthelid Lappet Moths - Photo (c) sunphlo, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
jackiebeer's ID: Anthelid Lappet Moths (Family Anthelidae)
Added on May 26, 2022
Leading

Photos / Sounds

What

Glasswing (Acraea andromacha)

Observer

francytee

Date

May 6, 2022 04:20 PM AEST
Glasswing - Photo no rights reserved, uploaded by Richard Fuller
jackiebeer's ID: Glasswing (Acraea andromacha)
Added on May 26, 2022
Improving

Photos / Sounds

What

Tussock Moths (Subfamily Lymantriinae)

Observer

littletrilby

Date

May 7, 2022 01:50 PM AEST
Tussock Moths - Photo (c) Gaell Mainguy, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-ND), uploaded by Gaell Mainguy
jackiebeer's ID: Tussock Moths (Subfamily Lymantriinae)
Added on May 26, 2022
Leading

Photos / Sounds

What

Anthelid Lappet Moths (Family Anthelidae)

Observer

roserobin

Date

May 2022
Anthelid Lappet Moths - Photo (c) sunphlo, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
jackiebeer's ID: Anthelid Lappet Moths (Family Anthelidae)
Added on May 26, 2022
Improving

Photos / Sounds

What

Bag-shelter Moth (Ochrogaster lunifer)

Observer

torhek

Date

May 9, 2022 02:22 PM AEST
Bag-shelter Moth - Photo (c) Donald Hobern, some rights reserved (CC BY)
jackiebeer's ID: Bag-shelter Moth (Ochrogaster lunifer)
Added on May 26, 2022
Improving

Photos / Sounds

What

Tussock Moths (Subfamily Lymantriinae)

Observer

eamw

Date

May 10, 2022 09:59 AM ACST
Tussock Moths - Photo (c) Gaell Mainguy, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-ND), uploaded by Gaell Mainguy
jackiebeer's ID: Tussock Moths (Subfamily Lymantriinae)
Added on May 26, 2022
Leading

Photos / Sounds

What

Tussock Moths (Subfamily Lymantriinae)

Observer

roserobin

Date

May 2022
Tussock Moths - Photo (c) Gaell Mainguy, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-ND), uploaded by Gaell Mainguy
jackiebeer's ID: Tussock Moths (Subfamily Lymantriinae)
Added on May 26, 2022
Improving

Photos / Sounds

What

Prominent Moths (Family Notodontidae)

Observer

jjungfels

Date

May 2022
Thaumetopoea - Photo (c) Donald Hobern, some rights reserved (CC BY)
jackiebeer's ID: Genus Thaumetopoea, a member of Processionary Moths (Subfamily Thaumetopoeinae)
Added on May 26, 2022
Leading

Photos / Sounds

What

Butterflies and Moths (Order Lepidoptera)

Observer

tricky77

Date

November 11, 2007 12:47 PM AEST
Carpenter and Leopard Moths - Photo (c) Gilles San Martin, some rights reserved (CC BY-SA), uploaded by Gilles San Martin
jackiebeer's ID: Carpenter and Leopard Moths (Family Cossidae)
Added on May 26, 2022
Leading

Photos / Sounds

What

Anthelid Lappet Moths (Family Anthelidae)

Observer

roserobin

Date

May 2022
Anthelid Lappet Moths - Photo (c) sunphlo, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
jackiebeer's ID: Anthelid Lappet Moths (Family Anthelidae)
Added on May 26, 2022
Leading

Photos / Sounds

What

Fruit-piercing Moths (Subfamily Calpinae)

Observer

tanya01

Date

May 23, 2022 11:01 AM AEST

Description

Constantly on the move, saw about another 5 in close proximity.

Fruit-piercing Moths - Photo (c) satish nikam, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-SA)
jackiebeer's ID: Fruit-piercing Moths (Subfamily Calpinae)
Added on May 26, 2022
Leading

Photos / Sounds

What

Tussock Moths (Subfamily Lymantriinae)

Observer

annettemcgready

Date

May 12, 2022 09:04 AM AWST

Description

Hairy caterpillar in the garden

Tussock Moths - Photo (c) Gaell Mainguy, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-ND), uploaded by Gaell Mainguy
jackiebeer's ID: Tussock Moths (Subfamily Lymantriinae)
Added on May 26, 2022
Leading

Photos / Sounds

Observer

coddiwompler

Date

April 2022

Description

Image of host plant included.

Anaxidia lozogramma - Photo (c) Victor W Fazio III, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC), uploaded by Victor W Fazio III
jackiebeer's ID: Anaxidia lozogramma, a member of Slug Caterpillar Moths (Family Limacodidae)
Added on May 26, 2022
Supporting

Photos / Sounds

What

Forester Moths (Subfamily Agaristinae)

Observer

sworboys

Date

May 16, 2009 11:31 AM AEST
Forester Moths - Photo (c) Paul Bedell, all rights reserved, uploaded by Paul Bedell
jackiebeer's ID: Forester Moths (Subfamily Agaristinae)
Added on May 26, 2022
Leading

Photos / Sounds

Observer

coddiwompler

Date

April 2022

Description

Image of host plant included.

Anaxidia lactea - Photo (c) hednota, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
jackiebeer's ID: Anaxidia lactea, a member of Slug Caterpillar Moths (Family Limacodidae)
Added on April 29, 2022
Maverick

Photos / Sounds

What

White-stemmed Acacia Moth (Chelepteryx chalepteryx)

Observer

daviaker

Date

October 8, 2020 10:04 PM AEDT

Description

This sighting is part of a sequence where an adult female that had been attracted to a window light was placed in a container on 24/5/2020 and produced eggs. Some of which were attached to some Acacia mearnsii that had been placed in the container. (click on one of the tabs to see all of the sightings relevant to this sequence)

The first larvae found emerged from the eggs was on 25/8/2020. As the larvae got bigger, they were separated out into separate containers to avoid overcrowding. It was not until 25/01/2021 that any larva formed a cocoon. Some larvae were slower developing and it wasn’t until 10/04/2021 that all of the specimens finally completed their larval stage. It was only 3 days later (13/4/21) that the first adult moth emerged. Adults continued to emerge until 5/7/2021.

White-stemmed Acacia Moth - Photo (c) Ian  McMillan, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
jackiebeer's ID: White-stemmed Acacia Moth (Chelepteryx chalepteryx)
Added on April 24, 2022
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Photos / Sounds

What

White-stemmed Acacia Moth (Chelepteryx chalepteryx)

Observer

daviaker

Date

October 7, 2020 04:54 PM AEDT

Description

This sighting is part of a sequence where an adult female that had been attracted to a window light was placed in a container on 24/5/2020 and produced eggs. Some of which were attached to some Acacia mearnsii that had been placed in the container. (click on one of the tabs to see all of the sightings relevant to this sequence)

The first larvae found emerged from the eggs was on 25/8/2020. As the larvae got bigger, they were separated out into separate containers to avoid overcrowding. It was not until 25/01/2021 that any larva formed a cocoon. Some larvae were slower developing and it wasn’t until 10/04/2021 that all of the specimens finally completed their larval stage. It was only 3 days later (13/4/21) that the first adult moth emerged. Adults continued to emerge until 5/7/2021.

White-stemmed Acacia Moth - Photo (c) Ian  McMillan, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
jackiebeer's ID: White-stemmed Acacia Moth (Chelepteryx chalepteryx)
Added on April 24, 2022
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Photos / Sounds

What

White-stemmed Acacia Moth (Chelepteryx chalepteryx)

Observer

daviaker

Date

October 6, 2020 05:55 PM AEDT

Description

This sighting is part of a sequence where an adult female that had been attracted to a window light was placed in a container on 24/5/2020 and produced eggs. Some of which were attached to some Acacia mearnsii that had been placed in the container. (click on one of the tabs to see all of the sightings relevant to this sequence)

The first larvae found emerged from the eggs was on 25/8/2020. As the larvae got bigger, they were separated out into separate containers to avoid overcrowding. It was not until 25/01/2021 that any larva formed a cocoon. Some larvae were slower developing and it wasn’t until 10/04/2021 that all of the specimens finally completed their larval stage. It was only 3 days later (13/4/21) that the first adult moth emerged. Adults continued to emerge until 5/7/2021.

White-stemmed Acacia Moth - Photo (c) Ian  McMillan, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
jackiebeer's ID: White-stemmed Acacia Moth (Chelepteryx chalepteryx)
Added on April 24, 2022
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Photos / Sounds

What

White-stemmed Acacia Moth (Chelepteryx chalepteryx)

Observer

daviaker

Date

October 5, 2020 11:35 AM AEDT

Description

This sighting is part of a sequence where an adult female that had been attracted to a window light was placed in a container on 24/5/2020 and produced eggs. Some of which were attached to some Acacia mearnsii that had been placed in the container. (click on one of the tabs to see all of the sightings relevant to this sequence)

The first larvae found emerged from the eggs was on 25/8/2020. As the larvae got bigger, they were separated out into separate containers to avoid overcrowding. It was not until 25/01/2021 that any larva formed a cocoon. Some larvae were slower developing and it wasn’t until 10/04/2021 that all of the specimens finally completed their larval stage. It was only 3 days later (13/4/21) that the first adult moth emerged. Adults continued to emerge until 5/7/2021.

White-stemmed Acacia Moth - Photo (c) Ian  McMillan, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
jackiebeer's ID: White-stemmed Acacia Moth (Chelepteryx chalepteryx)
Added on April 24, 2022
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Photos / Sounds

What

White-stemmed Acacia Moth (Chelepteryx chalepteryx)

Observer

daviaker

Date

October 4, 2020 10:52 PM AEDT

Description

This sighting is part of a sequence where an adult female that had been attracted to a window light was placed in a container on 24/5/2020 and produced eggs. Some of which were attached to some Acacia mearnsii that had been placed in the container. (click on one of the tabs to see all of the sightings relevant to this sequence)

The first larvae found emerged from the eggs was on 25/8/2020. As the larvae got bigger, they were separated out into separate containers to avoid overcrowding. It was not until 25/01/2021 that any larva formed a cocoon. Some larvae were slower developing and it wasn’t until 10/04/2021 that all of the specimens finally completed their larval stage. It was only 3 days later (13/4/21) that the first adult moth emerged. Adults continued to emerge until 5/7/2021.

White-stemmed Acacia Moth - Photo (c) Ian  McMillan, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
jackiebeer's ID: White-stemmed Acacia Moth (Chelepteryx chalepteryx)
Added on April 24, 2022
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Photos / Sounds

What

White-stemmed Acacia Moth (Chelepteryx chalepteryx)

Observer

daviaker

Date

October 3, 2020 09:23 AM AEST

Description

This sighting is part of a sequence where an adult female that had been attracted to a window light was placed in a container on 24/5/2020 and produced eggs. Some of which were attached to some Acacia mearnsii that had been placed in the container. (click on one of the tabs to see all of the sightings relevant to this sequence)

The first larvae found emerged from the eggs was on 25/8/2020. As the larvae got bigger, they were separated out into separate containers to avoid overcrowding. It was not until 25/01/2021 that any larva formed a cocoon. Some larvae were slower developing and it wasn’t until 10/04/2021 that all of the specimens finally completed their larval stage. It was only 3 days later (13/4/21) that the first adult moth emerged. Adults continued to emerge until 5/7/2021.

White-stemmed Acacia Moth - Photo (c) Ian  McMillan, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
jackiebeer's ID: White-stemmed Acacia Moth (Chelepteryx chalepteryx)
Added on April 24, 2022
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Photos / Sounds

What

White-stemmed Acacia Moth (Chelepteryx chalepteryx)

Observer

daviaker

Date

October 2, 2020 12:46 AM AEST

Description

This sighting is part of a sequence where an adult female that had been attracted to a window light was placed in a container on 24/5/2020 and produced eggs. Some of which were attached to some Acacia mearnsii that had been placed in the container. (click on one of the tabs to see all of the sightings relevant to this sequence)

The first larvae found emerged from the eggs was on 25/8/2020. As the larvae got bigger, they were separated out into separate containers to avoid overcrowding. It was not until 25/01/2021 that any larva formed a cocoon. Some larvae were slower developing and it wasn’t until 10/04/2021 that all of the specimens finally completed their larval stage. It was only 3 days later (13/4/21) that the first adult moth emerged. Adults continued to emerge until 5/7/2021.

White-stemmed Acacia Moth - Photo (c) Ian  McMillan, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
jackiebeer's ID: White-stemmed Acacia Moth (Chelepteryx chalepteryx)
Added on April 24, 2022
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What

White-stemmed Acacia Moth (Chelepteryx chalepteryx)

Observer

daviaker

Date

September 30, 2020 12:03 AM AEST

Description

This sighting is part of a sequence where an adult female that had been attracted to a window light was placed in a container on 24/5/2020 and produced eggs. Some of which were attached to some Acacia mearnsii that had been placed in the container. (click on one of the tabs to see all of the sightings relevant to this sequence)

The first larvae found emerged from the eggs was on 25/8/2020. As the larvae got bigger, they were separated out into separate containers to avoid overcrowding. It was not until 25/01/2021 that any larva formed a cocoon. Some larvae were slower developing and it wasn’t until 10/04/2021 that all of the specimens finally completed their larval stage. It was only 3 days later (13/4/21) that the first adult moth emerged. Adults continued to emerge until 5/7/2021.

White-stemmed Acacia Moth - Photo (c) Ian  McMillan, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
jackiebeer's ID: White-stemmed Acacia Moth (Chelepteryx chalepteryx)
Added on April 24, 2022
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Photos / Sounds

What

White-stemmed Acacia Moth (Chelepteryx chalepteryx)

Observer

daviaker

Date

September 28, 2020 09:46 PM AEST

Description

This sighting is part of a sequence where an adult female that had been attracted to a window light was placed in a container on 24/5/2020 and produced eggs. Some of which were attached to some Acacia mearnsii that had been placed in the container. (click on one of the tabs to see all of the sightings relevant to this sequence)

The first larvae found emerged from the eggs was on 25/8/2020. As the larvae got bigger, they were separated out into separate containers to avoid overcrowding. It was not until 25/01/2021 that any larva formed a cocoon. Some larvae were slower developing and it wasn’t until 10/04/2021 that all of the specimens finally completed their larval stage. It was only 3 days later (13/4/21) that the first adult moth emerged. Adults continued to emerge until 5/7/2021.

White-stemmed Acacia Moth - Photo (c) Ian  McMillan, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
jackiebeer's ID: White-stemmed Acacia Moth (Chelepteryx chalepteryx)
Added on April 24, 2022
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Photos / Sounds

What

White-stemmed Acacia Moth (Chelepteryx chalepteryx)

Observer

daviaker

Date

September 27, 2020 11:51 AM AEST

Description

This sighting is part of a sequence where an adult female that had been attracted to a window light was placed in a container on 24/5/2020 and produced eggs. Some of which were attached to some Acacia mearnsii that had been placed in the container. (click on one of the tabs to see all of the sightings relevant to this sequence)

The first larvae found emerged from the eggs was on 25/8/2020. As the larvae got bigger, they were separated out into separate containers to avoid overcrowding. It was not until 25/01/2021 that any larva formed a cocoon. Some larvae were slower developing and it wasn’t until 10/04/2021 that all of the specimens finally completed their larval stage. It was only 3 days later (13/4/21) that the first adult moth emerged. Adults continued to emerge until 5/7/2021.

White-stemmed Acacia Moth - Photo (c) Ian  McMillan, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
jackiebeer's ID: White-stemmed Acacia Moth (Chelepteryx chalepteryx)
Added on April 24, 2022
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What

White-stemmed Acacia Moth (Chelepteryx chalepteryx)

Observer

daviaker

Date

September 24, 2020 09:03 PM AEST

Description

This sighting is part of a sequence where an adult female that had been attracted to a window light was placed in a container on 24/5/2020 and produced eggs. Some of which were attached to some Acacia mearnsii that had been placed in the container. (click on one of the tabs to see all of the sightings relevant to this sequence)

The first larvae found emerged from the eggs was on 25/8/2020. As the larvae got bigger, they were separated out into separate containers to avoid overcrowding. It was not until 25/01/2021 that any larva formed a cocoon. Some larvae were slower developing and it wasn’t until 10/04/2021 that all of the specimens finally completed their larval stage. It was only 3 days later (13/4/21) that the first adult moth emerged. Adults continued to emerge until 5/7/2021.

White-stemmed Acacia Moth - Photo (c) Ian  McMillan, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
jackiebeer's ID: White-stemmed Acacia Moth (Chelepteryx chalepteryx)
Added on April 24, 2022
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What

White-stemmed Acacia Moth (Chelepteryx chalepteryx)

Observer

daviaker

Date

September 25, 2020 10:07 AM AEST

Description

This sighting is part of a sequence where an adult female that had been attracted to a window light was placed in a container on 24/5/2020 and produced eggs. Some of which were attached to some Acacia mearnsii that had been placed in the container. (click on one of the tabs to see all of the sightings relevant to this sequence)

The first larvae found emerged from the eggs was on 25/8/2020. As the larvae got bigger, they were separated out into separate containers to avoid overcrowding. It was not until 25/01/2021 that any larva formed a cocoon. Some larvae were slower developing and it wasn’t until 10/04/2021 that all of the specimens finally completed their larval stage. It was only 3 days later (13/4/21) that the first adult moth emerged. Adults continued to emerge until 5/7/2021.

White-stemmed Acacia Moth - Photo (c) Ian  McMillan, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
jackiebeer's ID: White-stemmed Acacia Moth (Chelepteryx chalepteryx)
Added on April 24, 2022
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What

White-stemmed Acacia Moth (Chelepteryx chalepteryx)

Observer

daviaker

Date

September 23, 2020 02:48 PM AEST

Description

This sighting is part of a sequence where an adult female that had been attracted to a window light was placed in a container on 24/5/2020 and produced eggs. Some of which were attached to some Acacia mearnsii that had been placed in the container. (click on one of the tabs to see all of the sightings relevant to this sequence)

The first larvae found emerged from the eggs was on 25/8/2020. As the larvae got bigger, they were separated out into separate containers to avoid overcrowding. It was not until 25/01/2021 that any larva formed a cocoon. Some larvae were slower developing and it wasn’t until 10/04/2021 that all of the specimens finally completed their larval stage. It was only 3 days later (13/4/21) that the first adult moth emerged. Adults continued to emerge until 5/7/2021.

White-stemmed Acacia Moth - Photo (c) Ian  McMillan, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
jackiebeer's ID: White-stemmed Acacia Moth (Chelepteryx chalepteryx)
Added on April 24, 2022
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